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Unformatted text preview: spend, the number of hours you spend on the phone, etc. Solution: I like eating pizza. Each slice of pizza costs $1.50. The total amount of money (x) that I spend in one year on eating pizza is a function of number of slices (n) I purchase in that year. For example, if I eat just one slice, the total amount I have spent is $1.50. If I eat three slices, the total amount is $4.50 (3*$1.50). Therefore, for a total of (n) slices of pizza that I consume in a year, the total amount (x) will be represented in a linear function as: x = $1.50 times n or f(x) = 1.5n...
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