# Math

Describe the relationship you would expect between the data. Explain.

1. time since a train's departure and the distance to its destination.

2. number of toppings on a pizza and the price of the pizza.

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1. Types of Relationships: Positive Linear Relationship, Negative Linear Relationship, Nonlinear Relationship, and No Relationship.

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2. since

distance = speed * time
and (roughly)
cost = #toppings * price_per_topping,

what do you think?

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