# Math Stuff

### With Aidan and Michael

## Which to choose????

You walk into Cici's and you look at the prices then you go to Marcos but which do you choose? Lets find out.

## The COST

Cicis's Pizza=you have to pay a $4 for a membership and $3 a pizza

While

Marco's Pizza=$5 per pizza

## Equation

Cicis= t=p*3+4

p=pizzas and t=total cost

Marcos= t=p*5

point of intersection is (2,10) meaning if you want 2 pizzas then go to eather.

## Example

If I wanted to get 5 pizzas at Cicis I will have to pay a $4 membership plus $3 per pizza

y=3x5+4.00=$19

If I want to buy 5 pizzas at Marcos it would be $5 per pizza

y=5x5=$25

## Reflection

In this episode of math stuff, we learned that linear functions are functions that have one of each variable, and the graph is showing a straight line. and learned that graphs tables and equations all go together. The equation represents the relationship between the points, the table displays the points, and the graph shows all of this visually.The independent variable in this situation is the cost per pizza. The dependent is the number of pizzas.The point of interaction in this equation means if you want to buy 2 pizzas the price would be the same for both places,so you can just choose which one you like more.

Tank you for being here with us on this episode of Math Stuff using linear equations.

My name is Aidan McGreger and my name is Michael Neilson and we will see you next episode!!!!!!!Stay MATHY