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MGF2106 – Project 5
Directions: This project contains multiple parts, and each part of the project contains several questions. Answer each question to the best of your ability. Record your answer for each question in the proper format and upload it to the appropriate Assignment (Projects) folder within Falcon Online by the due date posted within the Course Schedule.
Submission Format Instructions: Your submission must meet the following criteria to be accepted for grading.
· There are two options for submitting your work. Note that a requirement for each is that you must save your work as a single document.
1. Your submission can be a single, typed document saved as a Word document (.doc). Please know that every Daytona State College student has access to Microsoft Word. Refer to the Course Addendum under Microsoft Office.
2. You can also hand write your work and scan it into a single Portable Document Format (.pdf), or in Joint Photographic Expert Group (.jpeg) format.
· Your name must be at the top of your submission. Once you have answered the questions, upload your completed work to the appropriate Assignment (Projects) folder in Falcon Online. Be sure to click on “Submit” after using the “Add a file” link.
· Do not type the questions from the project into your submission. Only submit your answers to the questions.
· Follow the numbering system used in the project when typing your answers. Please be sure to answer all parts of a question.
MGF2106 Project 5: Linear Modeling and Geometry
Directions: Answer each question thoroughly using proper grammar and complete sentences.
In this project, you will be analyzing the predicted price increase in 3 different homes and calculating the cost of remodeling a house.
You will see 3 different lines which correspond to the value of a certain home after a renovation starting in the year 2023. The cost (y) is given in thousands of dollars and increasing each year (x). Note that each color of the line represents the color of the house you are interested in owning.
The red line is given by the equation: y = 30x + 300.
The blue line is given by the equation: y = 15x +375.
The green line is given by the equation: y = 10x + 400.
Use the graph above to answer the following questions.
1. In what year will all the houses be worth the same amount? What is that amount?
2. Read the graphs to estimate the value for each home according to the year and fill in the table below.
2023 
2025 
2028 
2033 

Red 

Blue 

Green 
3. In the year 2031, estimate
from the graph how much more will the red house be worth than the green house. Write your answer below.
Use the equations below to answer the following questions.
The red line is given by the equation: y = 30x + 300.
The blue line is given by the equation: y = 15x +375.
The green line is given by the equation: y = 10x + 400.
4. Use the equations above to fill in the table below. Find the exact value of each house.
In 2.5 years 
In 5 years 
In 10 years 
In 25 years 

Red 

Blue 

Green 
5. Use the equations above to fill in the table below. Find the exact time in years when the house will reach the given value, round to 1 decimal.
$420,000 
$450,000 
$750,000 
$1,000,000 

Red 

Blue 

Green 
The house you bought needs to be remodeled with new flooring and new paint for the living room, kitchen, hallway, and three bedrooms.
All 6 of these areas are rectangular and here are the measurements for the flooring of each room:
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Living room is 15 ft x 20 ft
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Kitchen is 14 ft x 16 ft
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Hallway is 4 ft x 25 ft
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Bedroom 1 is 11 ft x 12 ft
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Bedroom 2 is 12 ft x 14 ft
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Bedroom 3 is 14 ft x 20 ft
6. Find the area of each room by filling in the table below.
Room 
Area in Square Feet 
Living Room 

Kitchen 

Hallway 

Bedroom 1 

Bedroom 2 

Bedroom 3 
7. Add up all the areas from above to decide how much material you need to cover your floor. What is the total area?
8. You are deciding between tile, carpet, or laminate for your flooring. In the table below, the cost of each is given per square foot. Calculate the total it would cost to cover all the square feet for those rooms by filling in the table below.
Flooring Type 
Flooring Cost per square foot 
Total Flooring Cost 
Tile 
$1.99 

Carpet 
$0.81 

Laminate 
$2.29 
9. How much would you save installing carpet instead of laminate? Would you do that in your house? Why or why not?
All the walls are rectangular and here are the measurements of the walls for the paint needed:
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Living room has 2 walls both 12 ft x 18 ft with 2 total windows each 2 ft x 3 ft
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Kitchen has 1 wall 10 ft x 12 ft with one window 2 ft by 2.5 ft
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Hallway has 2 walls 12 ft x 25 ft
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Bedroom 1 has 3 walls 12 ft x 11 ft with 2 total windows each 2 ft by 2 ft
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Bedroom 2 has 3 walls 12 ft x 14 ft with 2 total windows each 2 ft by 3 ft
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Bedroom 3 has 3 walls 12 ft x 20 ft with 3 total windows each 2 ft by 3 ft
10. Calculate the area of wall space, the area of window space for each room (where needed), and then subtract the two to decide how much area must be painted for each room.
Room 
Total Area of Walls 
Total Area of Windows 
Subtract Walls – Windows 
Living Room 

Kitchen 

Hallway 

Bedroom 1 

Bedroom 2 

Bedroom 3 
11. What is the total area that needs to be painted in square feet?
12. If each gallon of paint covers 400 square feet, how many gallons of paint are required (keep in mind that you cannot buy part of a gallon of paint)?
13. If each gallon of paint costs $62, how much would it cost you for the paint needed for all the walls?
14. What other items would you need to purchase to paint the walls? Would you do this yourself or hire someone to complete the job?