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Kurt and Courtney are playing basketball. Kurt makes 2 baskets in the first game and 4 baskets in each game after that. Courtney makes 4 baskets in the first game and 2 baskets in each game after that. The table below shows the number of baskets each made in the first 4 games. Which graph shows the ordered pairs of the total number of baskets each has made after each game?

I need help ASAP

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  1. well, the graphs are
    Kurt = 2+4x
    Court = 4+2x
    too bad you did not include the table data.

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  2. Game number Kurt Courtney
    1 2 4
    2 6 6
    3 10 8
    4 14 10
    A.
    A graph named “Total Number of Baskets” is on a coordinate plane with “Kurt” on the x-axis and “Courtney” on the y-axis. There are plotted points at (4, 2), (6, 6), (8, 10) and (10, 14).
    B.
    A graph named “Total Number of Baskets” is on a coordinate plane with “Kurt” on the x-axis and “Courtney” on the y-axis. There are plotted points at (2, 4), (6, 6), (10, 8) and (14, 10).
    C.
    A graph named “Total Number of Baskets” is on a coordinate plane with “Kurt” on the x-axis and “Courtney” on the y-axis. There are plotted points at (1, 2), (2, 6), (3, 10) and (4, 14).
    D.
    A graph named “Total Number of Baskets” is on a coordinate plane with “Kurt” on the x-axis and “Courtney” on the y-axis. There are plotted points at (1, 4), (1, 6), (1, 8) and (1, 10).

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