Neild Problem 8 Milk
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Lets get some milk!
How much money do we have?
Lets ask how much we can get with that.
How much milk would we be able to buy with $3.45
Well it's $3.09 for 4 quarts and $1.65 for 2 quarts. To figure it out how much you can buy, use slope intercept form; y=mx+b. With our values it would be p=.72q+.21 (q being number quarts and p being the price). Just solve for q
So when we just substitute $3.45 in for p then we get the equation 3.45=.72q+.21
To get the slope part of the equation you need to know your x and y values (x being the amount of milk and y being total cost)
Thanks so much we will be getting 4.66 Quarts according to your equation.
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