UCSS Math I 2.8.1 Example 1

You visit a pick-your-own apple orchard. There is an entrance fee of $5.00, plus you pay $0.50 for each apple you pick. Write a function to represent this scenario. Complete a table of values to show your total cost if you pick 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 apples. Graph the line and identify the parameters in this problem. What do the parameters represent in the context of the problem?
  1. Write a function.
  2. Create a table.
  3. Graph the function.
  4. Identify the parameters.
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