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A-35.

The two lines at right represent the growing profits of Companies A and B.

1. Sketch this graph on your paper. If Company A started out with more profit than Company B, determine which line represents A and which represents B. Label the lines appropriately.

Company A's line should have a greater y-intercept, since they started with more profit than Company B.

1. Are the profits of Company A a proportional situation? Why or why not?

2. In how many years will both companies have the same profit?

Find where the two lines intersect.

Determine the x-coordinate for this point.

$3$ years

3. Approximately what will that profit be?

The profit is the y-coordinate of the intercept.
Each tick mark represents $10{,}000$.

4. Which company's profits are growing more quickly? How can you tell?

Growth is related to how steep a line is.
Which line is steeper?