MATH SOLVE

9 months ago

Q:
# Kelen wants to open a toy store. He buys the leftover stock of a store going out of business. He opens the boxes and counts the toys. There are 10 Nnedi action figures, 25 Ramez action figures, and 60 Slimeball action figures. Based on the graph, how should he set his prices? A. Kelen should start with the same price for all action figures.B Nnedi action figures should be $10, Ramez $35, and Slimeball $50. C. Nnedi action figures should be $42, Ramez $30, and Slimeball $10. D.Nnedi action figures should be $60, Ramez $35, and Slimeball $1.

Accepted Solution

A:

the picture in the attached figure

we know that

Based on the graph

for

10 Nnedi action figures--------> the price is about $43

25 Ramez action figures------> the price is about $30

60 Slimeball action figures----> the price is about $10

therefore

the answer is the option

C. Nnedi action figures should be $42, Ramez $30, and Slimeball $10.

we know that

Based on the graph

for

10 Nnedi action figures--------> the price is about $43

25 Ramez action figures------> the price is about $30

60 Slimeball action figures----> the price is about $10

therefore

the answer is the option

C. Nnedi action figures should be $42, Ramez $30, and Slimeball $10.