algebra 1


The graph shows the relationship between the total amount of money that Carly will have left, y, if she buys x packs of baseball cards.

How much money will she have if she doesn't buy any packs of baseball cards?

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  1. $42

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  2. $16

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  3. 18


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  4. 16

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