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Investigation 2
Analyzing Graphs and Tables
35
Applications
1.
Use the table to answer parts (a)–(e).
a.
What weight is predicted for a 1-week-old tiger cub?
b.
What weight is predicted for a 10-week-old tiger cub?
c.
At what age do tiger cubs typically weigh 7 kilograms?
d.
Describe the pattern relating age and weight.Do you expect thispattern to continue indeﬁnitely?
e.
Would it make sense to connect the points in a graph of these data?
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2.
Dezi researches DVD rental prices at local video stores.Source Videohas a yearly membership package.The manager gives Dezi this table:Supreme Video does not have membership packages.Dezi makes thegraph below to relate the cost at Supreme Video to the number of DVDs rented.
a.
Both video stores have a goodselection of movies.Dezi’s familyplans to watch about two movies amonth.Which video store shouldthey choose?
b.
Write a paragraph explaining to Dezihow he can decide which video storeto use.
c.
For each store,describe the pattern of change relating the number of DVDsrented to the cost.
3.
The table shows the fees charged at one of the campgrounds on theOcean Bike Tour.
a.
Make a coordinate graph of the data.
b.
Does it make sense to connect the points on your graph? Explain.
c.
Using the table,describe the pattern of change in the totalcampground fee as the number of campsites increases.
d.
How is the pattern you described in part (c) shown in your graph?
Number ofCampsitesTotalCampgroun
d
Fee
Campground Fees
1\$12.502\$25.003\$37.504\$50.005\$62.506\$75.007\$87.508\$100.00
Number of DVDs
Supreme VideoDVD Rentals
RentalCost
\$0\$40\$80\$20\$60\$1000102030
y  x
Number of DVDs Rente
d
Total Cost
Source Video Membership/Rental Packages
5\$3510\$4015\$4520\$5025\$5530\$600\$30
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Variables and Patterns

4.
Some class ofﬁcers want to sell T-shirts to raise funds for a class trip.They ask the students in their class how much they would pay for ashirt and record the data in a table.
a.
Describe the relationship between the price per shirt and theexpected number of shirt sales.Is this the sort of pattern youwould expect?
b.
Copy and complete this table to show the relationship betweenprice per shirt and the expected total value of the shirt sales.
c.
How would you describe the relationship between price per shirtand expected total value of shirt sales? Is this the sort of patternyou would expect?
d.
Use grid paper to make coordinate graphs of the data like the onesstarted below.
e.
Explain how your answers to parts (a) and (c) are shown in thegraphs.
Price per Shirt
Projected Shirt Sales
Value of Shirt Sales
\$0\$100\$200\$300\$400\$500\$0\$5\$10\$15\$20\$25
y  x
Price per Shirt
Projected Shirt Sales
Number of Sales
01020304050\$0\$5\$10\$15\$20\$25
y  x
Price per ShirtNumber of Shirt SalesValue of Shirt Sales
Projected Shirt Sales
\$1040\$400\$1530
I
\$2020
I
\$2510
I
\$550\$250
Price per ShirtNumber of Shirt Sales
Projected Shirt Sales
\$1040\$1530\$2020\$2510\$550
Investigation 2
Analyzing Graphs and Tables
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