Each month, a shopkeeper spends 5x + 14 dollars on rent and electricity. if he spends 3x−5 dollars on rent, how much does he spend on electricity? for which value(s) of x is the amount the shopkeeper spends on electricity less than $100? explain how you found the value(s).
divide each original value by 4
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You ar geven the interval So, the maximum value of the function is at the point x=-4 and the minimum value of the function is at the point x=3.
A.mean = sum of data / no of data
mean = 1+2+3+5+4+4+3+1+1+2 +1 +2/ 12
mean = 29/12
mean = 2.41
B. when finding the value of mean, we get mean equalling to sum of given data divide by number of given data
mean = sum of age of the dogs/ number of aage of the dogs.
hope that will help you
The mean is the average of the number. It is easy to calculate add up on the numbers, then divide by how many numbers there are.
where is the equation
x < 15.6
She spends on rent and electricity
P(x) = 8x + 15
She spends on rent
Q(x) = 3x - 7
She spends on electricity
R(x) = P(x) - Q(x) = (8x + 15) - (3x - 7) = 5x + 22
R(x) = 5x + 22
If R(x) < $ 100 we get
5x + 22 < 100
⇒ 5x < 78
⇒ x < 15.6
another one would be x=8 and y =64
i got these values my doubling the faction 4/32 to get 8/64
last one would be x=12 and y = 96
this would be tripling the faction 4/32
repeat this process two more times