Algebra

a. For the first company, express in words the amount the cab company
charges per ride and per mile.
Charge per ride: \$3 per mile \$0.50

b. Write an equation in slope-intercept, point-slope, or standard form. Explain why you chose the form you did.
y=3+0.50?

c. What do the slope and y-intercept mean in the context of this problem?
Hint: What do you pay when you step into the cab?

'm not sure how to do b or c I could use all the help I could get

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1. b. y=3+0.5x
put this in desmos if you want to see a quick graph. The x represents the miles you travel, and the y is the total price.

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2. So I'm trying to find what y is?

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3. Never mind I think I understand thank you

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