Algebra

A certain kind of ant can also be used as a thermometer. USE the formula to complete this table off values. T= 11s+ 39
S= speed in inches per minute
T= temperature in degrees Fahrenheit

S= 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 now I got these answers for the temps
T= 40, 61, 72, 83, 94 am I right????

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If a cricket chirps 108 times per minute, what is the approximate speed of the ant?????

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1. I think you are referring to one of your other posts.
Whatever that was, plug 108 in for the chirps, then use that answer in the function you have in this question.

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2. Was the first problem right?
And thank you for your help

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3. Not sure how to do
Either 113
Or 306
Both sound impossible

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4. From your previous post, for a number of chirps of 108, you got the temperature of 64, which I agreed was correct

so now your new relation is Temp = 11(speed) + 39, so ....
64 = 11speed + 39
25 = 11 speed
speed = 25/11 or appr 2.27 inches/minute

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5. How am I. Guess I needed in black and white.
Thank you

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