AP Statistics 3.5 Exploring Data
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AP Statistics 3.5 Exploring Data. How much should we expect to pay if we sent only 10 texts this month?
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All right, here are the potential answers.. So this problem wants us to [Bill break down of cell phone usage]
assume that we sent only 10 texts in the last month so apparently we got trapped
underneath a large rock somewhere and have been unable to call for help hopefully [rock falls on top of a man]
send out a search party soon..But okay let's pretend that we only send 10
texts according to the output we're given how are we supposed to figure out
what that will run us dinero-wise... Hopefully not option B or else we are [Man doing calculations at a desk]
definitely changing providers the trick here is to realize that we can plug
the information we have into slope-intercept form and then just solve [boy studying at his desk]
for the answer well in this scenario the constant acts as a y-intercept while the
text messages value acts as the slope.. So taking the formula Y equals MX plus B
...We plug in 29.99 for B and point 05 for M, which gives
us y equals point 05 X + 29.99 now time to plug in our number of texts, which [Person using a mobile phone to access texts]
we're told is 10, that goes in place of X and crunching numbers we get y equals [animal chewing]
point 05 x 10 + 29.99 for 30.49 Thirty dollars 49 cents answer A...
probably could've just solved this problem on your cell phone but well it's
currently still out of reach [man trapped under rock and lizards throw cell phone back and forth]