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L~_‘__J r\II PIUUIG-uo u. v uvv. a’ ._.__.- A. 1 Suppose you belong to a tennis club that has a monthlyfee of \$100 and a charge of \$5 per hour to play tennis. . a. Using Figure 1A.4 on page 17 as a model, preparea table and. draw a curve to show the relationshipbetween the hours of tennis (on the horizontal axis)and the monthly club bill (on the vertical axis). For the vtable and graph, use 5, 10, 15, and 20 hours of tennis. 1). The slope of the curve is » per . _.c Suppo\e -you start with 10 hours of tennis and thendecide to increase your tennis time by 3 hours. Onyour curve, show the initial point and the new point.By how much will your monthly bill increase? _} (1. Suppose you start with 10 hours and then decide tospend an additional \$30 on tennis. On your curve,show the initial point and the new point. How manyadditional hours can you get? A.2 The following graph shows the relationship betweenthe number of Frisbees produced and the cost of pro—duction. The vertical intercept is \$ ‘ ,and the slope of the curve is \$ per Frisbee. Point I:shows that the C081: of producing Frisbees is \$ ; The cost of producing 15 Frisbees is ..X