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1. Describe a situation that models a linear pattern and then describe a situation that models a nonlinear pattern. Do not state which situation is linear and which is nonlinear. Your classmates will need to determine which is which and

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  1. algebra

    1. Describe a situation that models a linear pattern and then describe a situation that models a nonlinear pattern. Do not state which situation is linear and which is nonlinear. Your classmates will need to determine which is which and then write a
  2. algebra

    Describe a situation that models a linear pattern and then describe a situation that models a nonlinear pattern. Do not state which situation is linear and which is nonlinear. Your classmates will need to determine which is which and then write a function
  3. math

    Describe a situation that models a linear pattern and then describe a situation that models a nonlinear pattern.
  4. Algebra

    Hello! Please help me, my school year ends this friday and I need to finish this in order to get course credit!! Question: Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation
  5. Algebra

    I am totally stuck on this question, can some one help? Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state explicitly which scenario is which, but provide
  6. algebra

    Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state explicitly which scenario is which, but provide at least four data pairs for each situation. Your
  7. algebra 1

    PLEASE HELP Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state explicitly which scenario is which, but provide at least four data pairs for each situation.
  8. mathematic HELP

    Come up with and describe two scenarios one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation do not state explicitly which scenario is which but provide at least four data pairs for each situation. Your classmates
  9. algebra

    Please Help! Jerry, Jack and Sophie are all hoping to save money! Jerry thinks saving money in a shoe box in his closet every month is a good idea. He decides to start with $125, and then save $50 each month. Jack was given $3520 from his Grandma, and
  10. Mathematics

    Check my answer Question: Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state explicitly which scenario is which, but provide at least four data pairs for
  11. Math, Algebra

    1. You earn $7.15 for every hour you work walking dogs. At the end of every day, you spend $3 on snacks as a reward to yourself. 2. You work at a restaurant as a waiter, so you get tips at most tables. At the end of the first day, you get $10.36, on the
  12. math

    Please check my answer!! This is one of my last algebra assignments for this school year Question: Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state
  13. Math

    how do you do this? i don't get it. The drama club plans to attend a professional producion. From 10 to 35 students will go. There is a one-time handling fee of $3. Each ticket costs $25 plus a $2 surcharge. Write a linear function that models this
  14. MATHEMATICS

    Is this correct? Q: Come up with and describe two scenarios: one that models a direct variation situation and one that models an inverse variation situation. Do not state explicitly which scenario is which, but provide at least four data pairs for each
  15. Math

    Describe a situation using proportions or ratios in a financial or geometric problem. describe the situation in detail and provide a problem to illistrate it. What is the importance of this calculation in this situation..
  16. science

    Why are models useful? a) models work exactly like the things they present b) Models are the first stage in any experiment c) models are better than charts or graphs d) models are the first step in creating a prototype
  17. Math

    Sorry, I know I just posted this, but I need to make some new changes. Can somebody please check my work? Thanks. 1. Robin wants to create a sequence to model how much money he's saved through allowance over the weeks of the school year. In the first week,
  18. Quanitive Methods

    A car rental company has $540,000 to purchase up to 25 new cars of two different models. One model costs $18,000 each and the other model costs $24,000 each. Write a system of linear inequalities to describe the situation. Let x represent the first model
  19. Pre-calculus-check answers

    Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities where you are asked to find the maximum value of f(x,y)=x+y. Answer: an optimal solution 2)Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities: Answer: an
  20. Pre-Calculus check answers

    Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities where you are asked to find the maximum value of f(x,y)=x+y. Answer: an optimal solution 2)Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities: Answer: an
  21. Pre-Calculus-check answers

    Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities where you are asked to find the maximum value of f(x,y)=x+y. Answer: an optimal solution 2)Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities: Answer: an
  22. calculus

    1)Which term best describes the linear programming situation represented by x+y=2 why is the answer infeasible? 2)Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities. x < 1 y > 0 3x + y < 5 why is the answer unbounded?
  23. Pre-calculus

    1)Which term best describes the linear programming situation represented by x+y=2 why is the answer infeasible? 2)Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities. x < 1 y > 0 3x + y < 5 why is the answer unbounded?
  24. Math

    An auto repair stop charges a 50$ consultation fee plus $25 per hour for labor. Write the linear equation that models this situation
  25. Science

    A class made models of a graduated cylinder using plastic cups. Describe how your team can test the accuracy of these models for measuring volume. List the steps in your procedure.
  26. Science

    A class made models of a graduated cylinder using plastic cups. Describe how your team can test the accuracy of these models for measuring volume. List the steps in your procedure.
  27. Algebra

    Give an equation that models a linear pattern and then give an equation that models a nonlinear pattern.
  28. Math

    Hilary Duff purchased a rare unicorn succulent for $36 in the first year & of course she has amazing taste, so it began increasing in value. The value followed a pattern appreciating it's value by 20% each year. Which recursive equation best models the
  29. math

    Hilary Duff purchased a rare unicorn succulent for $36 in the first year & of course she has amazing taste, so it began increasing in value. The value followed a pattern appreciating it's value by 20% each year. Which recursive equation best models the
  30. math

    A barrel contains 163 gallons of paint and is being drained at a constant rate of 12 gallons per minute Write an equation that models the number of gallons, g, after t minutes The equation that models the given situation is
  31. math

    A barrel contains 163 gallons of paint and is being drained at a constant rate of 12 gallons per minute Write an equation that models the number of gallons, g, after t minutes The equation that models the given situation is
  32. math

    You are standing beside a merry-go-round that your friend is riding. The merry-go-round is 8m in diameter. Describe how the shape of the sine curve models the distance from you and your friend. Identify the function that will model this situation as well
  33. math

    You are standing beside a merry-go-round that your friend is riding. The merry-go-round is 8m in diameter. Describe how the shape of the sine curve models the distance from you and your friend. Identify the function that will model this situation as well
  34. Algebra

    Write an equation for the following situation. Polly Gone has $120 saved already. She wants to save for airfare to visit her friend. The airfare will cost $500 and she can save $60 per week. How many weeks will it take her to save enough money for the
  35. grade 11 maths plz help!!!

    The drama club plans to attend a professional production. From 10 to 35 students will go. There is a one-time handling fee of $3. each ticket costs $25 plus $2 surcharges. Write a linear function that models this situation. (show your work)
  36. Pre Calc

    1. Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities. x(or equal too)0 3x + y(or equal too) 0 y>(or equal too)0 6x + 3y
  37. Science

    Q1: Why do scientist use models? A.) Scientist use models to learn about things that are too small, too late, or too complex to observe directly. B.) Scientist use models because doing so is always part of the scientific method. C.) Scientist use models
  38. Grade 11 maths!!!

    The drama club plans to attend a professional production. From 10 to 35 students will go. There is a one-time handling fee of $3. Each ticket costs $25 plus $2 surcharge. Write a linear function that models this situation. Show the work if possible
  39. Math

    I need to describe a situation that's linear and nonlinear, but I'm not sure how. Can someone explain, or give an example?
  40. Science

    Why do scientists use models? a: Scientists use models to learn about things that are too small, too large, or too complex to observe directly. < b:Scientists use models because doing so is always part of the scientific method. c:Scientists use models
  41. Science test

    Q: Why do scientist use models of natural systems 1:Scientists use models of natural systems because these systems are often too large, too small, or too complex to study directly 2:Scientists use models of natural systems because they like to use art in
  42. Algebra 1-8th Grade

    Describe a situation in which a graph is more helpful thana table. Explain why. I can't thing of any situation that relates to this.
  43. calculus test corrections. 1 question

    Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities. x < 1 y > 0 3x + y < 5 the answer is unbounded. please tell me why
  44. science

    Why do scientists use models? a. Scientists use models to learn about things that are too small, too large, or too complex to observe directly. b. Scientists use models because doing so is always part of the scientific method. c. Scientists use models
  45. none

    describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully? Obviously, this information has to come from
  46. Math

    What is the explicit equation best models the situation: 10.3, 9.6, 8.9, 8.2, ... Is it: t(n)=-0.7n+10.3? or is it: t(n)=-0.7n-11?
  47. Math

    What is the explicit equation best models the situation: 10.3, 9.6, 8.9, 8.2, ...
  48. math pls help

    Write a situation in which positive and negative numbers are used to describe values that have the opposite meaning. What does 0 represent in this situation you created?
  49. Math: Linear Programming

    Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities. x≤1 , y ≥0 , 3x+y≤5 infeasible unbounded an optimal solution alternate optimal solutions Describe the linear programming situation for this system of inequalities where you
  50. statics

    A store clerk filing an order for 17 models of a new smart-phone inadvertently pulled some older models and included them in the order. There are 25 new models and 12 older models in stock when the clerk filled the order. Determine the probability that the
  51. Science test

    Can someone please help me with science test answers!! Why do scientists use models of natural systems? A- Scientist use models of natural systems because these systems are often too large or too small or too complex to study directly B-Scientists use
  52. Math 10

    Myrtle throws a ball upward from a second-floor balcony, 6 m above the ground with an initial velocity of 2 m/s. In this situation, u = 2 and ho = 6, so the relation that models the height of the ball is h = -5t2 + 2t + 6. Myrtle knows that changing the
  53. Stat Help Please

    A linear model can be used to describe the relationship between fuel economy(mpg) and horsepower (hp) for certain automobile models. mpg=46.868-0.0838 hp R^2=75.5% 1) Give the symbol and the value of the correlation coefficient.
  54. Help

    How would you encourage a reluctant peer reviewer? A peer reviewer benefits from this work by 1. Having his/her name appear in the credits. 2. Learning from the work s/he reviews. 3. Helping establish his/her reputation. 4. Being able to ask the author to
  55. precal

    Given an initial value of 17 g, which is halving once each 32 hours, an exponential function in term of hour t which models this situation is ...?
  56. Math

    Find the number of each kind of object in the collection Curt has 12 models in all. Three of the models are airplanes. Curt has 5 more models of cars than boats. How many models of cars does Curt have?
  57. math, ratios

    chose a situation that could be described by the following ratios, and write a sentence to describe the ratio in the context of the situation you chose. 1 to 2 29 to 30 52:12
  58. math

    "which equation models the situation illustrated at the right? Let Q equal the distance across the quarter. there's 4 choices F. 1 2/3 + Q = 2 1/2 G. 1 3/4 + Q = 2 1/4 H. 1 3/8 + Q = 2 1/8 J. 1 3/16 + Q = 2 1/8 the picture is: */r/2hmik9j/4 *tinypic __
  59. math

    Hydra are small freshwater animals. They can double in number every two days in a laboratory tank. Suppose one tank has an initial population of 60 hydra. When will there be more than 5000 hydra? How can a table help you identify a pattern? What function
  60. Math

    Hydra are small freshwater animals. They can double in number every two days in a laboratory tank. Suppose one tank has an initial population of 60 hydra. When will there be more than 5000 hydra? How can a table help you identify a pattern? What function
  61. Basic Math (Check my answer)

    Which of the following is equal to 1/6 ÷ 1/18? Assume the shapes are rectangular. Describe another situation that this quotient models. A) The area of a planter that is 1/6 yard wide and 1/18 yard long. B)The width of a 1/18-square-meter flower bed that
  62. Algebra 2

    Suppose you make $10 an hour at your job that you have been working at for 5 years. Each year, you get a 6% raise. 1. Write an equation that models this situation.
  63. math

    a man has 35 models. he has 4 times as many airplane models as he does helicopter models. how many airplane models does he have?
  64. social studies

    Describe the medical and social models of health and well-being.
  65. Algebra 2

    Suppose you make $10 an hour at your job that you have been working at for 5 years. Each year, you get a 6% raise. 1. Write an equation that models this situation. Is this correct? y=10(1.06)^x
  66. Math - Rates os change

    a) Describe a graph for which the average rate of change is equal to instantaneous rate of change for its entire domain. Describe a real life situation that this graph could represent. b) Describe a graph which the average rate of change between two points
  67. Math - Instantaneous and average rates of change

    a) Describe a graph for which the average rate of change is equal to instantaneous rate of change for its entire domain. Describe a real life situation that this graph could represent. b) Describe a graph which the average rate of change between two points
  68. Bus210

    Review the political tactics used by organizations described on pp. 196–197 of the text. Have you experienced any of these tactics in your workplace or have you heard anyone describe a situation in their workplace in which they experienced a political
  69. Math Homework Help!

    both anibiotics were prescribed in high dosage clow release capsules. Th efunctions C(x) = 5log(x+1)+10 models the concentration of levofloxacin in mol/L over a time x, in hours the function c(x)=5log(x+1)+10 models the concentration of levofloxcin and
  70. math

    The graph shows the cost C in dollars to rent a car for one day as a function of the number m of miles driven. Which of the following functions models the situation?
  71. criminal justice

    Imagine you were an officer confronted with a hostage situation. Explain how you would use the twelve stages explain how you would use the twelve stages of conflict resolution, and what effective strategies you would use to bring about a positive
  72. math

    A tire company determines that to manufacture a certain type of tire, it costs $9000 to set up the production process. Each tire that is produced costs $21 in material and labor. The company sells this tire to wholesale distributors for $49 each. (a) Find
  73. statistics

    the company is concerned that a simple random sample of 2000 owners would include fewer than 12 owners of model d or fewer than 12 owners of model e. briefly describe a sampling method for randomly selecting 2000 owners that will ensure at least 12 owners
  74. Math

    A soccer player kicks a ball from the ground to a maximum height of 11 m. the high point in the trajectory of the ball occurs at a distance of 16 m from the kicker. on the downward path, another player heads the ball at a height of 1.9 m from the ground.
  75. Science

    Describe 1 situation with balanced forces and 1 situation with unbalanced forces.
  76. Health

    Describe one of the contemporary models of health from another country and explain its strengths and weaknesses
  77. health science

    Describe one of the contemporary models of health from another country, and explain its strengths and weaknesses?
  78. organizational behavior

    describe a motivational problem at work a. Briefly describe the problem situation b. use a theory of motivation to explain the problem c. use the theory to describe an intervention/action to change the motivational/behavior.
  79. BUSINESS

    Have you experienced any of these tactics in your workplace or have you heard anyone describe a situation in their workplace in which they experienced a political tactic? Describe the situation and the political tactic.
  80. mathematics

    If a bag of chips is within .4 oz of 6 oz then it is allowed to go on the market. Write an inequality that models this situation. Solve the inequality.
  81. Math

    Sum of 2 consecutive integers is 59. Write an equation that models that situation and find values of both integers
  82. Who ate my chips?

    If a bag of chips is within .4 oz of 6 oz then it is allowed to go on the market. Write an inequality that models this situation. Solve the inequality.
  83. math

    The sum of two consecutive integers is –49. Write an equation that models this situation and find the values of the two integers.
  84. math

    A 25% vinegar solution is combined with triple the amount of a 45% vinegar solution and a 5% vinegar solution resulting in 20 milliliters of a 30% vinegar solution. Write an equation that models this situation and explain what each part represents in the
  85. Math (Help) thx!

    The number of people who vote early doubles every week leading up to an election. This week 1200 people voted early. The expression 1200 (multiplied by) 2^w models the number of people who will vote early w weeks after this week. Evaluate the expression
  86. math

    A school play earned over 250 dollars from selling tickest, which cos(t)11 dollars each. Which of the following inequalties models this situation
  87. Science

    Someone please help me. :( Compare your models of the four haploid cells with those of other groups. Describe and explain any variation that you observe.
  88. Algebra, Trig

    You are standing at a base of a Ferris Wheel which is 4 m above ground while your friend is riding. The Ferris Wheel is 8m in diameter. Describe how the shape of the sine curve models the distance your friend is to the platform you are on. Identify the
  89. math

    Katrina is studying the effect of foreign substances on bacteria populations. If she introduces a beneficial substance, such as food, the bacteria population grows. If she introduces a harmful substance, such as a poison, the bacteria population decreases.
  90. Math

    Shelly needs to read a novel for English class. She can read at a rate of 9 pages per hour. After 3 hours, she is on page 52. Which equation models the situation? y−3=−9(x−52) y−3=9(x−52) y+52=9(x+3) y−52=−9(x−3) y−52=9(x−3)
  91. Science

    Which of the following is a true statement about computational models? A) computational models are more objective than humans, so computational models can be used to minimize bias B) computers carry out the exact instructions you give them, whether they
  92. Physics - application of Momentum

    Try to imagine a situation in which the form f=ma would no apply, but the form f=delta p / delta t could be used. Describe that situation. How could you test your prediction.
  93. Physics - Momentum

    Try to imagine a situation in which the form f=ma would no apply, but the form f=delta p / delta t could be used. Describe that situation. How could you test your prediction.
  94. math

    Both antibiotics were prescribed in high dosage slow release capsules. The function C(x)=5log(x+1)+10 models the concentration of levofloxacin in mol/L over a time x, in hours. The function D (x)=10log(x+1)+5 models the concentration of metronidazole in
  95. Science

    1. Why do predictions by the European weather model sometimes differ from predictions made by the American weather model?(1 point) The two models assimilate data differently using different equations. The two models use different types of data
  96. civics

    Describe a situation in which a state governor might ask for federal troops to be sent his or her state. How would this situation be an example of responsibilities that the federal government owes to the state its an essay i have to write and i need help
  97. math

    Your teacher asked the class to describe a real-work situation in which the y intercept is 100 and the slope is 5. Your pattern gave the following description. My younger brother originally had 100 small building blocks, but he has lost 5 of them every
  98. math

    describe the meaning of this equation in words or describe a situation in which the equation might apply: 22 = 4y + 2
  99. Math

    Sam has 9 models. Bill has twice as many models as Jim. Jim has three less models than Sam. Show how to find the difference between the number of models Bill has and the number of models Sam has.
  100. civics

    Describe a situation in which a state governor might ask for federal troops to be sent to his or her state. How would this situation be an example of responsibilities that the federal government owes to the state? it's an essay i need help!!!!!

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