# Math project

## Burger Bonanza

\$10 per person \$20 catering 10/20 20/20=1 20/10=2 2 over 1

## Burger Bonanza

Equation: Y=10x+20

IV=cost of food

DV=per person

IV=F

DV=p

0:20

50:520

100:1,020

150:1,520

200:2,020

250:2,520

## Pizza Palace

\$9.25 per person and a setup fee of 61.25

## Burger Bonanza V.S Pizza palace

We should go with Burger because there are a lot of kids in school, Burger prices are less for more people

## equation/Critical thinking questions 1

How I make the equation is when it says how much it cost per is the amount you multiply by X, the additional fee is your Y-intercept/B.

## Critical thinking questions 2

Yes when they get to 55 kids they will have the same amount. I did 10-9.25=0.75 then 61.25-20=41.25 then I did 41.25/0.75=55. The point of intersection is at 55 people

## Critical thinking questions 3

For Pizza Palace if you had a 1,000 dollar budget then you would have 46 kid the party, For Burger Bonanza you would have 80 kids at the party. You can not have a decimal or a fraction in your answer because you having a whole number is like having a whole kid if you don't have a whole number then you don't have a whole kid.

## Hoppin' Around

You can rent any bounce house they have for \$75 per Hour.

## Jumpin' Jack's

You can only have up to 8 hr and it cost \$54 and a set up and take down fee of \$84.

## Critical Thinking Questions 1

How I make the equation is when it says how much it cost per is the amount you multiply by X, the additional fee is your Y-intercept/B.

## Critical Thinking Questions 2

They both have the same amount a 4 hours, I did 75-54=21 then 84/21=4, so 4 is the same amount of hours that they spend the same amount of money.

## Critical Thinking Questions 3

For Hoppin' Around They can have the bounces house for 10 hours, for Jumpin' Jack's 4 hours.You can not have a decimal or a fraction in your answer because you having a whole number is like having a whole kid if you don't have a whole number then you don't have a whole kid.