The equation a=50h+50 represents the amount a that an air-conditioning repair company charges for h hours of labour. Make a table and sketch a graph of the equation

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The equation a=50h+50 represents the amount a that an air-conditioning repair company charges for h hours of labour. Make a table and sketch a graph of the equation

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To make a table, substitute different values of hh into a=50h+50.

Since hh represents time, which can't be negative, only substitute values of hh such that

h0h0:h|50h+50|(h,a)0|50(0)+50

=50|(0,50)1|50(1)+50

=100|(1,100)2|50(2)+50

=150|(2,150)3|50(3)+50

=200|(3,200)4|50(4)+50

=250|(4,250)5|50(5)+50

=300|(5,300)

 Plot the points from your table and then draw a line passing through the points to sketch the graph of the equation. Then label the vertical axis as Total Charge ($) and the horizontal axis as Number of Hours:

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