CCSS IP Math II 2.4.2 Example 2

The eleventh grade students are planning a dance. Snacks will be sold at the dance, and the dance committee is trying to determine how many snacks to buy. The dance committee estimates that [math]60 \%[/math] of the students who buy tickets to the dance will want to buy snacks. Only [math]200[/math] tickets will be sold. The number of snacks, [math]s[/math], to order can be written as a function of the number of tickets, [math]t[/math], ordered. For any number of tickets sold, [math]t[/math], the committee can order [math]s[/math] snacks, where [math]s = \lceil{0.60t}\rceil[/math]. Create a graph to show the number of snacks to order for any number of tickets sold.

 

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