# SOLUTION: A gas station sells 4820 gallons of regular enleaded gasoline on a day when they charge \$1.35 per gallon, whereas they sell 3883 gallons on a day that they charge \$1.40 per gallon.

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear Algebra Question 412961: A gas station sells 4820 gallons of regular enleaded gasoline on a day when they charge \$1.35 per gallon, whereas they sell 3883 gallons on a day that they charge \$1.40 per gallon. Find a linear function that expresses gallons sold a function of price. Answer by josmiceli(10616)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let = gallons sold per day Let = price of gas on that day Multiply both sides by This function seems to work for the points given: (1.35,4820) and (1.4,3883) ------------------ interesting point: If they give the gas away (p = 0) they will sell 30119 gallons