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- 1. Agenda Thursday, Sept. 24 1. Correct homework. 2. Complete Problem 2.1 3. Start 2.2 Homework 10 V&P p. 38 # 6, 22
- 2. Variables & Patterns 2.1 Renting Bikes A. Which bike shop should Ocean Bike Tours use? What are the two variables in this problem? For both stores, how does the total rental fee change as the number of bikes rented increases?
- 3. B. Would it make sense to connect the data points if you made a graph? C. How much do you think each company charges to rent 32 bikes?
- 4. D. 1.What patterns do you find in the table and in the graph? 2. Based on the patterns you found, how can you predict values that are not included in the table or graph? E. 1. Describe a way to find the costs for renting any number of bikes from Adrian's Bike Shop. 2. Describe a way to find the costs for renting any number of bike fromRocky's Cycle Center.
- 5. Problem 2.2 Finding Customers To help them set a price, the tour operators conduct a survey. They ask 100 people who have taken other bike tours which of the following amounts they would pay for the Ocean Bike Tour: $150, $200, $250, $300, $350, $400, $450, $500, $550 and $600. The results are shown in the table. Please complete parts A&B individually.
- 6. Problem 2.2 Finding Customers To help them set a price, the tour operators conduct a survey. They ask 100 people who have taken other bike tours which of the following amounts they would pay for the Ocean Bike Tour: $150, $200, $250, $300, $350, $400, $450, $500, $550 and $600. The results are shown in the table. Please complete parts A&B individually.

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