A store sells custom circular rugs. The table shoes the costs c(in dollars) of rugs that have diameter's of d feet. Let the diameter d represent the independent variable. Tell whether the data can be modeled by a linear, an exponential, or quadratic function.

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A store sells custom circular rugs. The table shoes the costs c(in dollars) of rugs that have diameter's of d feet. Let the diameter d represent the independent variable. Tell whether the data can be modeled by a linear, an exponential, or quadratic function.
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Arnold Odonnell
Answered 2021-01-08 Author has 109 answers
Given information: It is given with of values (3, 63.90), (4, 113.60), (5, 177.50) and (6, 255.60). Formula used: There are three conditions to be followed, i) If first difference is constant then it is linear function. ii) If second difference of y values are constant then it is a quadratic function iii) If ratios of y values are constant then it is exponential function. Calculation: Lets
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