Jnic Slope Intercept Word Problems

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- Q1
Mr. Dease needs an electrician to come to his house. The electrician charges $75 service charge and then charges $50 per hour for labor. What part of this problem represents the slope?

$75 service charge

$50 per hour

One time charge of $50

$75 per hour

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Mr. Dease needs an electrician to come to his house. The electrician charges $75 service charge and then charges $50 per hour for labor. What part of this problem represents the y-intercept?

One time charge of $50

$75 service charge

$50 per hour

$75 per hour

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Mr. Dease needs an electrician to come to his house. The electrician charges $75 service charge and then charges $50 per hour for labor. What is the full equation for this problem?

y = 50x + 75 x

y = 50x + 75

y = 125

y = 75x + 50

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Mr. Dease needs an electrician to come to his house. The electrician charges $75 service charge and then charges $50 per hour for labor. If the electrician worked for 5 hours how much would Mr. Dease have to pay?

$250

$125

$625

$325

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Mr. Dease needs an electrician to come to his house. The electrician charges $75 service charge and then charges $50 per hour for labor. After all the work was complete Mr. Dease paid the electrician $275, how many hours did it take the electrician to do the job?

4 hours

3 hours

6 hours

5 hours

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Coach Nic plans on joining Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness, the cost is $39 per month plus a one-time registration fee of $50. In this problem what does the one-time registration fee of $50 represent?

Y-intercept (Starting Amount)

Slope (Per Amount)

price for 2 workouts

Total Amount

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Coach Nic plans on joining Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness, the cost is $39 per month plus a one-time registration fee of $50. In this problem what does the $39 per month represent?

Y-intercept (Starting Amount)

price for 2 workouts

Slope (Per Amount)

Total Amount

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Coach Nic plans on joining Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness, the cost is $39 per month plus a one-time registration fee of $50. What is the equation that goes with this word problem?

Y = 50x + 39

Y = 89x

Y = 39x + 50y

y = 39x + 50

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Coach Nic plans on joining Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness, the cost is $39 per month plus a one-time registration fee of $50. If Coach Nic joined this gym for 1 year how much would he spend total?

$440

$639

$518

$89

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Coach Nic plans on joining Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness, the cost is $39 per month plus a one-time registration fee of $50. Mr. Bracey joined the same gym and paid a total of $167 during his time with the gym, how long was Mr. Bracey a member of Marlboro Beast Mode Fitness?

2 months

5 months

7 months

3 months

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Mr. Campbell bought a Can Am Spyder motorcycle that had 10,500 miles on it. Mr. Campbell rode 4,750 miles per month. What is the equation for this word problem?

y = 10,500x + 4750

y = 4750x + 10,500

I give up. I think I just go straight to summer school.

y = 15,250x

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Mr. Campbell bought a Can Am Spyder motorcycle that had 10,500 miles on it. Mr. Campbell rode 4,750 miles per month. Which answer choice shows the correct way to answer this question "How many miles will Mr. Campbell have traveled after 10 months"?

y = 4750(10) + 10500

y = 10500 + 4750 + 10

y = 15,250(10)

y = 10,500(10) + 4750

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Mr. Campbell bought a Can Am Spyder motorcycle that had 10,500 miles on it. Mr. Campbell rode 4,750 miles per month. Which part of this question represents the y-intercept?

15,250 miles

10,500 miles

When he bought the Spyder

4,750 per month

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Mr. Campbell bought a Can Am Spyder motorcycle that had 10,500 miles on it. Mr. Campbell rode 4,750 miles per month. What does the 4750 miles per month represent?

Y-intercept (Starting Amount)

Slope(Starting Amount)

Slope (Per amount)

Y-intercept(Per Amount)

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Why are word problems so much fun?

Don't pick this one

Cause Coach Nic believes in us. Everytime you get one right you feel like a champion.

this is not the answer

this is not the answer either

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