What is negative 94/21 converted into a positive number?


Answer 1
Answer: You can't just change negative numbers into positive numbers.  They're completely different things.

I'm sure you worked with the number line in school.  Do you remember how the negatives are on one side of zero, and the positives are on the other side ?

You dress a lot different when it's 40 degrees below zero outside, compared to what you put on when it's 40 degrees above zero.  They're completely different numbers.

In the same way, 1,400 feet below sea level is the lowest spot on Earth, at the Dead Sea in Israel, but 1,400 feet above sea level is like somewhere in Nebraska or northern Texas.  They're completely different numbers.
Answer 2

Final answer:

To convert a negative fraction into a positive number, you can simply take the absolute value of the fraction.


To convert a negative fraction into a positive number, you can simply take the absolute value of the fraction. In this case, the absolute value of -94/21 is 94/21.

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  1. c(g)=\left\{\begin{array}{lcl}(5)/(\lceil g\rceil)+2.5&\text{for}&0<g \le 2\n\n(6)/(\lceil g\rceil)+2&\text{for}&g>2\end{array}\right.
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Step-by-step explanation:

1. Since the function is supposed to give cost per game, it will be the stated cost per game (2.50 or 2.00) in addition to the quotient of the fixed cost and the number of games. For more than 2 games, the "fixed cost" is essentially the $5 shoe cost plus the premium on the first two games, an additional dollar.

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  c(g)=\left\{\begin{array}{lcl}(5)/(\lceil g\rceil)+2.5&\text{for}&0<g \le 2\n\n(6)/(\lceil g\rceil)+2&\text{for}&g>2\end{array}\right.


2. The graph is shown in the attachment.


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