# 7th Grade Pizza Party!!!!!

### Includes bounce houses and pizza!

## Proposed Plan part A

The seventh grade party is going to pizza palace for the price of 986.25 for 100 people instead of 1000 dollars for 94 people.

## Graphs Part A Once you have the numbers from the table you plot them on the graph but you have to label the graph first like in this graph the X was people and the Y was the total cost and then you right down the minimum and maximum. | ## Table Part A What i did was take the Equation and times 10 by the number of people there was and add in the plus 20 for the sign up fee and you do the same thing with the other table. | ## The Equation for Pizza Palace You take a look at the flyers and see how much the fee is per hour and if there is a sign up cost see how much the fee is for that and put it in an equation format for example: 9.25+61.25. |

## Graphs Part A

Once you have the numbers from the table you plot them on the graph but you have to label the graph first like in this graph the X was people and the Y was the total cost and then you right down the minimum and maximum.

## Table Part A

What i did was take the Equation and times 10 by the number of people there was and add in the plus 20 for the sign up fee and you do the same thing with the other table.

## Graph Part B Once you have the numbers from the table you plot them on the graph but you have to label the graph first like in this graph the X was people and the Y was the total cost and then you right down the minimum and maximum. | ## Table Part B What i did was take the Equation and times 54 by the number of people there was and add in the plus 84 for the sign up fee and you do the same thing with the other table. | ## The Equation for Jumpin' Jacks Bounce House You take a look at the flyers and see how much the fee is per hour and if there is a sign up cost see how much the fee is for that and put it in an equation format for example:54+84 . |

## Graph Part B

## Table Part B

What i did was take the Equation and times 54 by the number of people there was and add in the plus 84 for the sign up fee and you do the same thing with the other table.

## The Equation For Hoppin' Along Bounce House

You take a look at the flyers and see how much the fee is per hour and if there is a sign up cost see how much the fee is for that and put it in an equation format for example: 75x.

## Proposed Plan part B

The seventh grade party will be at Jumpin' Jacks Bounce House for 10 hours for 908 dollars instead of Hoppin' around for 10 hours for 750 dollars.