# How do I make the linear equation with the following information? -Fuel Economy of Vehicle: 7.3L/100KM (13.69KM/L) -Cost of Gasoline: $1.61/L Cost per kilometer: either $0.11 or $11.7 cents

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Okay, now we must make the equation. How do you think the last value you calculated will come into effect. (Hint: The units are in $, or cost, per km, or distance. It might be helpful to review your last section and find similar units in your work.)

So once you have found out how the **Cost per Kilometer value** is to be used, between the slope and the y-intercept you have one more value to find, which you can logically figure out yourself. I believe in you!

Show your thinking and work, and then display your linear equation below describing the cost as a function of the distance driven.

Okay, now we must make the equation. How do you think the last value you calculated will come into effect. (Hint: The units are in $, or cost, per km, or distance. It might be helpful to review your last section and find similar units in your work.)

So once you have found out how the **Cost per Kilometer value** is to be used, between the slope and the y-intercept you have one more value to find, which you can logically figure out yourself. I believe in you!

Show your thinking and work, and then display your linear equation below describing the cost as a function of the distance driven.