The Granger family would like to rent a paviion at the statepark. the cost to ent a pavilion is $50 plus $15 for each hour ofuse. Write a rule for the cost of renting a park pavilion. writeordered pairs to represent the cost of renting a pavilion fo 3, 4, 5nd 6 hours.

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The Granger family would like to rent a paviion at the statepark. the cost to ent a pavilion is $50 plus $15 for each hour ofuse.
Write a rule for the cost of renting a park pavilion. writeordered pairs to represent the cost of renting a pavilion fo 3, 4, 5nd 6 hours.
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agyalapi60
Answered 2022-07-26 Author has 17 answers
The Granger family would like torent a pavilion at the state park.
the cost to rent a pavilion is $50plus $15 for each hour of use.
let x = no. of hours to rent the pavilion.
hence cost of renting pavilion for x hours is ,
f(x) = 50 + 15*x
the cost of renting a pavilion for 3hours = f(3) = 50 + 15*3 = 95$
the cost of renting a pavilion for 4 hours =f(4) = 50 + 15*4 = 110$
the cost of renting a pavilion for 5 hours =f(5) = 50 + 15*5 = 125$
the cost of renting a pavilion for 6 hours =f(6) = 50 + 15*6 = 140 $
hence ordered pairs are (3, 95$) , (4, 110$) , (5, 125$) ,(6, 140$)
Answer:- the rule is f(x) = 50 +15*x
ordered pairs are (3, 95$) , (4, 110$), (5, 125$) , (6, 140$)
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Kyle Liu
Answered 2022-07-27 Author has 4 answers
For x hours rent is (x times ($50+$15))
y=f(x)=x *65
(1,65)
(2,130)
(3,195)
(4,260)
(5,325)
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