Kimberly's vs Bakery CAFE
Which company has a better deal? What happens if you but 2 batches? 5 batches?
Blue= Bakery CAFE
Finding the Point of Intersection
In a graph, you can examine the slope with some possibilities of fractions. In a tables, you would know some possibilities of inputs and outputs, but not as many as what a graph would show. But tables can help graph the line (plus scatter-plots and more stuff). Amid the possibilities, there would be equations, equations show the slope and y-intercepts. In all 3 of the visuals, all would have an independent and dependent variable. The independent variable is mainly the 'x', and the dependent is mainly 'y'. In a graph, the independent,domain or input, is the x axis. And the independent, range or input, is the y axis. In the problem, there would be a point of intersection. The point of intersection in my problem would be when Kimberly's company being expensive when buying less than 4 batches, but then roles of being expensive switched to Bakery CAFE's company after 5 batches.
In conclusion, there are many ways to show a comparison to a situation (Kimberly's & Bakery CAFE) where each component is different and can show a point of intersection in a graph. Also, there would always be a dependent and independent in a situation or problem.