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Hello,
For math I have to make a graph of two linear relations. One has to be the operating costs of a zoo or amusement park and the other cost of admission for me and my family. Using both linear relations I then have to find another relation that would determine the profit. First of all I am very confused and second of all where can I find operating costs of zoo or amusement park??? No one gives that information out?
Pleasse Helpp!!

-Gianna

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