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Moving Straight Ahead Practice Answers iii. iv. b. The exact answers are given here. If students found the intersection points by inspecting the graphs, their answers may not be exact. i. ( 3, 1.5) ii. (6, 3) iii. ( 0.5, 8.5) iv. (2, 2) c. The values may not fit exactly because they may be estimates, but they should be close. 4. a. r 6 b. x[PDF]
Moving Straight Ahead – Investigation 2.3 ANSWER KEY HW: MSA p. 38-51 # 5, 7, 11-14 5. a. \$35 is the initial charge for skating. \$4 is the price per student to skate. bls to Go; on the graph, you would see which line had the[PDF]
Moving Straight Ahead: Homework Examples from ACE
On the graph, the distances at these points may be approximated. In the equation, the values of 7 and 9 12 can be substituted for t, which gives the answers of 45.5 and 61 miles. d. The table can be extended by adding increments of 6.5 miles to show values that are close to 100 miles and 237 miles.[PDF]
Answers | Investigation 2 from the graph, so some inaccuracy is Note: To graph these equations on a graphing calculator, you could use the following window: Xmin=0, Xmax=100, Ymin=0, and Ymax=350 with the X and Y scl=1 and Xres=1. 5. a. \$35 is the initial charge for skating. \$4 is the price per student to skate. b. Wheels to Go; on the graph, you[PDF]