Bob is a member of a gym. He paid a joining fee, plus a monthly fee. The equation below represents the amount he has paid as a function of the number of
months he has been a member of the gym. Interpret the slope of the function in terms of the problem.
y=22m +39

A. Bob pays $39 for 22 months.
B. Bob pays $22 per year.
C. Bob pays $22 per month
D. Bob pays $39 per month


  1. Option C is correct
    What is an example of a slope intercept form?
    Slope-Intercept Form Examples
    Example 1: Assuming a line has a slope of 1/2 and intersects the y-axis at (0, -3). Find the line’s equation. Y = x/2 – 3 is the solution to the line’s equation. Example 2: Using the horizontal line slope intercept formula, determine the equation at which the y-axis intersects (0, 8).
    How is a slope equation solved?
    Write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form to determine the slope from the equation. Utilize inverse procedures to find y, then write it as y=mx+b. Since the slope is the x variable’s coefficient, or the number before x, you can thus readily see the slope.
    Given that:
    Slope of the function is 22 and it is membership fee of a month .
    If bob wants to increase membership for a months , he has to pay 22 extra and joining fee of 39
    Learn more about slope intercept form


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