Jazah1 Posts: 9, Reputation: 0 New Member #1 Feb 6, 2012, 12:06 PM
A baker has baked 10 loaves of bread so far today and plans on baking 3 loaves more each hour for the rest of his shift. Write a rule for the total number of loaves baked as a function of the number of hours left in the baker's shift. Identify the independent and dependent variables. How may loaves will the baker make if he has 4 hours left in his shift?

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