Question 6(Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

(Graphing Linear Equations MC)

A middle schoo...

Mathematics, 08.02.2024 03:26 glocurlsprinces

# Question 6(Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

(Graphing Linear Equations MC)

A middle school club is planning a homecoming dance to raise money for the school. Decorations for the dance cost $120, and the club is charging $10 per student that attends.

Which graph describes the relationship between the amount of money raised and the number of students who attend the dance? graph with the x axis labeled number of students and the y axis labeled amount of money raised and a line going from the point 0 comma 120 through the point 2 comma 100 graph with the x axis labeled number of students and the y axis labeled amount of money raised and a line going from the point 0 comma 120 through the point 2 comma 140 graph with the x axis labeled number of students and the y axis labeled amount of money raised and a line going from the point 0 comma negative 120 through the point 2 comma negative 140 graph with the x axis labeled number of students and the y axis labeled amount of money raised and a line going from the point 0 comma negative 120 through the point 2 comma negative 100

Question 7(Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

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