# algebra

Write the equation for this situation:

During the month of February, the depth, d, of snow in inches at the base of one ski resort could be approximated by adding 7 to twice the number of days, t, since January 31st.

Then graph the equation and use the graph to determine the depth of the snow on February 10.

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1. Write the equation for this situation: the cost, c, in dollars of a car rental is equal to 10 dollars plus 1/2 the miles driven, m.

Then graph the equation and use the graph to determine the cost of the car rental if the number of miles driven is 12. Please show all of your work. Submit your graph through the dropbox. (Points : 5)

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