1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data okay I know understand that I should get a reasonable understanding about the questions I post before I post them sorry about before. An Illinois farmer will plant from 800 to 2000 acres of soybeans. The number of acres q that he will plant depends on the selling price per bushel p that is being paid in April. Suppose that if p=$10, then all 2000 acres will be planted, but if p=$6.25, then only 800 acres will be planted. a)Assuming p and q are linearly related, find q as a function of p, giving a suitable domain. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution for some reason this question seems to work out to be the opposite of what I've been doing with my other word problems, heres what I tried. (2000,10) and (800,6.25) m=6.25-10/800-2000 = .003125 q-q1 = m(p-p1) q-2000 = .003125(p-10) q-2000 = .003125p - .03125 q= .003125p + 1999.96875 800<q<2000 so this is the wrong answer and to get the right answer I have to make p my x and q my y. Then for the domain you find what it is for price. But I just saw a tutor and she has it on a formula sheet that x=q and p=y.