B: From the origin, move 2 units back, 6 units left, and 7 units up.

**Answer:**

If we use a graphing tool or a calculator, we can easily plot the equation provided.

Please see the attached images, where we can find the center of the **ellipse**, the intercepts and more information about the graph.

The total cost for one can is: $25.41.

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Let us assume that we want to know the total cost of ONE CAN.

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To calculate our answer:

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$ 23.97 + [ (6/100) * 23.97)] = Our answer, in dollars.

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Note: "6%" = 6/100 = 0.06

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Rewrite as:

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$ 23.97 + [ (6/100) * 23.97)] = our answer, in dollars;

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$ 23.97 + (0.06 * 23.97)

= $ 23.97 + 1.4382

= $ 25.4082 ; Round to decimal places, to get:

<span>→ $ 25.41

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Um.. listen to the teacher more