# SOLUTION: I am having trouble trying to graph the equation C = 6525 + 225S. The graph shown has C from 1000 to 9000 and S from 1 to 10. Where do the points go? Thanks so much if anuone ca

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 Question 185732: I am having trouble trying to graph the equation C = 6525 + 225S. The graph shown has C from 1000 to 9000 and S from 1 to 10. Where do the points go? Thanks so much if anuone can help me.Answer by feliz1965(151)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I answer this question before. I used the same equation listed here except for the notation. I used C(S) = 6525 + 225(S). Look, we let S equal the following values: 1, 2, 3, and 4. I selected these values but you can pick any positive numbers you like. I will use your equation without the notation C(S), which is read "C of S." C = 6525 + 225(1) C = 6750 Our first point to graph is (1,6750). C = 6525 + 225(2) C = 6975 Our second point is (2,6975). C = 6525 + 225(3) C = 7200 Our this pointis (3,7200) Lastly, we let S = 4 and do the same thing. C = 6525 + 225(4) C = 7425 Our fourth point is (4,7425) All points have the form (x,y). So, x represents the x-axis and y represents the y-axis. Plot each point above on the coordinate plane. If you have graph paper, that's even better. Understand?