solve and graph this problem please

solve and graph this problem please

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In the answer provided by Cornelia M., it is assumed that p=x and c=y. You would label the x axis "p" and the y axis "c". Point (0,24) would have p=0 and c=24. Point (30,0) would have p=30 and c=0.

This is the "solution" to the equation, all points in the shaded area, not including points directly on the dashed line.

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## Comments

It doesn't matter if you solve for the "c" (y) or "p" (x) intercept, the graph of the solution is the same (or reflected if you label the axis in the opposite way; c=x and p=y).