Given that they follow the format for straight lines and are therefore straight lines, they would only intersect once and that would be at (0,1) where they both have a y intersect.

Hope this helps :)

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you mean money? then i would take like 10-15 dollars, cause that is a LOT of work.

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tip: 15.25; each person paid $22.88 (that is rounded up from 22.875)

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**Step-by-step explanation:**

**False** f(x) is not a function as there are multiple solutions for f(6.5)

**True** f(4) = 225

**True** f(a) = 50 has no solution as we are given no information as to what "a" is.

Even f(x) = 50 has no solution in the domain provided

**False** f(1) = 250

**False ** f(100) is beyond the domain of the plot. Even if the plot repeats, it never gets down to 6.5...and how does one end up with a half a can, anyway?

**False **The plot never intersects the x axis

**True **F(0) = 250

**True ** Seems to me the graph is a tell-all...not being discrete at all

(Joke) :)

Actually the graph lines are not correct. The data is number of cans, plotted against time. While time is continuous, cans must be sold in units. The plot points are valid, but the lines between them are just wishful thinking. If we ignore the lines, the plot is discrete.

**True** There are 300 cans in the machine at 1:30 pm

**False ** 0 ≤ t ≤ 12 hrs is the domain

**True ** f(10) = f(12) and all points between them have a value of 250

**True **graph slopes from f(2) to f(6.5) have negative values.