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Graph the inequalities that represent this scenario on the set of axes below.Kai says that the point (6,2) is a solution to this system. Determine if he is correct and explainyour reasoning.yxZxy14Xty8ZxLx7ys8Adsololloltityx
35An airplane leaves New York City and heads toward Los Angeles. As it climbs, the plane graduallyincreases its speed until it reaches cruising altitude, at which time it maintains a constant speedfor several hours as long as it stays at cruising altitude. After flying for 32 minutes, the planereaches cruising altitude and has flown 192 miles. After flying for a total of 92 minutes, the planehas flown a total of 762 miles.Determine the speed of the plane, at cruising altitude, in miles per minute.Write an equation to represent the number of miles the plane has flown,y, duringxminutes atcruising altitude, only.Assuming that the plane maintains its speed at cruising altitude, determine the total number ofmiles the plane has flown 2 hours into the flight.32minutes92minutesbominutes192miles762miles570milecruisingspeed570mphor9.5milesperminuteg9.5Algebra I (Common Core) – June ’16[18]99.518812032 8898361028milesafter2hours8361921028
36On the set of axes below, graphg(x)x1andf(x)How many values ofxsatisfy the equationf(x)g(x)? Explain your answer, using evidence fromyour graphs.yx21,12,12xxxx>12Algebra I (Common Core) – June ’16[19][OVER]ooooLOne value because the functions intersect on the graphonce
37Franco and Caryl went to a bakery to buy desserts. Franco bought 3 packages of cupcakes and2 packages of brownies for $19. Caryl bought 2 packages of cupcakes and 4 packages of browniesfor $24. Letxequal the price of one package of cupcakes andyequal the price of one packageof brownies.Write a system of equations that describes the given situation.On the set of axes below, graph the system of equations.Determine the exact cost of one package of cupcakes and the exact cost of one package ofbrownies in dollars and cents. Justify your solution.yxAlgebra I (Common Core) – June ’16[20]Part IVAnswer the question in this part. A correct answer will receive 6 credits. Clearly indicatethe necessary steps, including appropriate formula substitutions, diagrams, graphs, charts, etc.Utilize the information provided to determine your answer. Note that diagrams are notnecessarily drawn to scale. A correct numerical answer with no work shown will receive only1 credit. All answers should be written in pen, except for graphs and drawings, which shouldbe done in pencil.[6]3291932519249243k2yl9324492499.5312kT4y224ooIFF331yxr3.50cupcakes216329.504 25browniesµsubstituteforxIx 213.5013564.25234.254.25113.500
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