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10% of 680
68
10% of 68
6.8
10% of 6800
680
10% of 250
25
10% of 2500
250
10% of 25
2.5
10% of 1080
108
10% of 108
10.8
10% of 10.8
1.08
10% of 540
54
50% of 800
400
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You are driving and you notice a billboard that indicates it is 1000 feet or 305 meters to the next restaurant of a national fast-food chain. Use this information to find a linear model that relates feet to meters. Use the model to complete the table. $$ \begin{matrix} \text{Feet} & \text{20} & \text{50} & \text{100} & \text{120}\\ \text{Meters} & \text{2x+3y=5}\\ \end{matrix} $$
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