## THIS USER ASKED ðŸ‘‡

**Customers can pick their own cherries at cherry hill farm. they pay $4 to enter the farm and $3.50 per pound for the cherries they pick. write an equation to model the total cost, y, for x pounds of cherries.**

## THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER ðŸ‘‡

The equation would be y = 3.x + 4.

This is an example of a form-intercept slope equation. They always take the form y = mx + b.

The value of m is the slope, which is what the equation is multiplying by. In this case, the cost is going up 3.5 per pound.

The value of b is the y-intercept, that is the initial volume. In this case, the initial cost is the $ 4 entry fee.

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