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 Question 18820: ok im having a tough time finding the domain and range.... like x and y heres the problem: Marc joined a Cd club. The membership fee to join the club was 12 dollars and each Cd costs 8 dollars. The equation, t=12 + 8c, can be used to model this situation where t represents total cost,of a membership and Cd's for c, compact discs Marc wants to see how much the total would be for different amounts of Cds. Use 0,2,4,6,8 for the domain to find the various totsal costs what would the range be for the 0,2,4,6,8? Click here to see answer by Earlsdon(6287)

 Question 18823: solve for t with all these numbers... the formula is t=12 + 8c c equals 2, 4,6,8 Click here to see answer by Alwayscheerful(414)

 Question 18974: how would i graph the following.... y=5-x y=-1 y=4-3x x=3y x-y=-3 Click here to see answer by venugopalramana(3286)

 Question 18947: what is the solve to 1 over 5p - 3=10 (solve for p) Click here to see answer by Alwayscheerful(414)

 Question 18991: i understood most of the graphing but i dont understand how i would get the answer for y like in the graphing of x-y-3 or x=3y Click here to see answer by Alwayscheerful(414)

 Question 19132: what would x=3y look like on a graph Click here to see answer by Alwayscheerful(414)

 Question 19139: what would a graph for x=3y look like? im confused =[ Click here to see answer by Alwayscheerful(414)
 Question 19139: what would a graph for x=3y look like? im confused =[ Click here to see answer by mmm4444bot(95)

 Question 19142: find the nth term of the arithmetic sequence described, -7,-3,1,5...for n = 35 Click here to see answer by mmm4444bot(95)

 Question 19157: Find the nth term of the arithmetic sequence, a(1 symbol)=8, d=3,n=16 Click here to see answer by venugopalramana(3286)

 Question 19154: fine the nth term of the arithmetic sequence a(small 1) = 52, d=12, n=102 Click here to see answer by venugopalramana(3286)

 Question 19429: Change the fraction 4/13 to a decimal. Round off to the nearest thousandth Click here to see answer by thurston(8)

 Question 16599: What is 8/-3 - -7/5? I think I know what it is but I am not sure. Click here to see answer by thurston(8)

 Question 19520: need to help grandson with this. find missing numbers in the proportions such as. 4/7 = /28 also 1/4 = /16 2/9 = /18 Click here to see answer by MelanieBCC(40)

 Question 19518: grandsons math work, can't help him if i don't know how. 2/9 divided by 3 help Click here to see answer by Earlsdon(6287)

 Question 18754: I am not sure how to do this. I must solve for X The question is: 2/3x=16(instruction: if fractions are used multiply both sides of the equation by the LCD) Thank you so much for your help Click here to see answer by xcentaur(357)

 Question 19866: Give an example of how to solve problems using angles without protractor Click here to see answer by Paul(988)

 Question 19857: If 3 1/2 pounds of bananas cost \$.98, how much would one pound cost? Click here to see answer by christinaaa192(28)

 Question 20116: A strip of wood 66 inches long is to be cut into 5 1/2-inch pieces. How many pieces can be cut? Click here to see answer by pwac(253)
 Question 20116: A strip of wood 66 inches long is to be cut into 5 1/2-inch pieces. How many pieces can be cut? Click here to see answer by Paul(988)

 Question 19933: i need help converting 5% of 61 thats just an example question Click here to see answer by pwac(253)

 Question 19858: A real estate broker sold your house for 72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid? Click here to see answer by pwac(253)