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**Linear Functions - Applications**

Application of problem involving linear functions.

Example:

A cereal company finds that if it spends $40,000 on advertising, then 100,000 boxes of cereal will be sold, and of it spends $60,000, then 200,000 boxes will be sold.

(a) Write a linear equation that relates the amount A spent on ads to the number x of boxes sold.

(b) How much advertising is needed to sell 300,000 boxes of cereal?

(c) Interpret the slope of your linear function.
**Applications of Linear Functions**

Example:

A truck rental company charges $30 to rent a truck for the day, plus an additional charge for mileage. The total cost of renting a truck and friving 100 mi;es $65.

(a) Find a linear equation that relates the cost C of renting a truck to the number n of miles drive.

(b) Bonnie rents a truck, and her total cost was $110.50. How many miles did she drive?

(c) Interpret the slope of your linear function.

Applications of Linear Functions - Math Help

Students learn to solve word problems that involve direct variation and linear functions. Students are given table of ordered pairs, and are asked to write a rule for the linear function in slope-intercept form, graph the function, and explain the meaning of the slope and y-intercept.

You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

More Lessons for Algebra I

Math Worksheets

Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, games and activities to help Algebra 1 students learn about applications of linear functions.

Application of problem involving linear functions.

Example:

A cereal company finds that if it spends $40,000 on advertising, then 100,000 boxes of cereal will be sold, and of it spends $60,000, then 200,000 boxes will be sold.

(a) Write a linear equation that relates the amount A spent on ads to the number x of boxes sold.

(b) How much advertising is needed to sell 300,000 boxes of cereal?

(c) Interpret the slope of your linear function.

Example:

A truck rental company charges $30 to rent a truck for the day, plus an additional charge for mileage. The total cost of renting a truck and friving 100 mi;es $65.

(a) Find a linear equation that relates the cost C of renting a truck to the number n of miles drive.

(b) Bonnie rents a truck, and her total cost was $110.50. How many miles did she drive?

(c) Interpret the slope of your linear function.

Students learn to solve word problems that involve direct variation and linear functions. Students are given table of ordered pairs, and are asked to write a rule for the linear function in slope-intercept form, graph the function, and explain the meaning of the slope and y-intercept.

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