MATH SOLVE

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# BRAINLIESTTTT!1. Sasha and Mona practiced swimming every day. They increased the number of minutes of swimming every week as described below:Sasha: Practiced swimming for 10 minutes every day in the first week, 20 minutes in the second week, 40 minutes in the third week, and 80 minutes in the fourth week.Mona: Practiced swimming for 10 minutes every day in the first week, 20 minutes in the second week, 30 minutes in the third week, and 40 minutes in the fourth week.Which statement best describes the methods used by Sasha and Mona to increase the time they practiced swimming? Mona's method is linear because the number of minutes increased by an equal factor every week. Sasha's method is exponential because it increases by an equal number every week. Mona's method is exponential because it increases by a fixed factor, and Sasha's method is linear because it increases by a fixed number. Sasha's method is exponential because it increases by a fixed factor, and Mona's method is linear because it increases by a fixed number.2. The sales totals at Macy's food store have increased exponentially over the months. Which of these best shows the sales in the first three months? $1200 in the first month, $1220 in the second month, $1240 in the third month $1200 in the first month, $1272 in the second month, $1344 in the third month $1200 in the first month, $1285 in the second month, $1370 in the third month $1200 in the first month, $1224 in the second month, and $1248.48 in the third month

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Answer:1: option:D2: option:DStep-by-step explanation:1:Clearly as we see the time of sasha practice it increases by a fixed factor of '2'. but when we see the time of mona's practice it increases by 10mins every week. hence there is a addition of a fixed number '10'.so option D is correct;which says Sasha's methid is exponential because it increases by a fixed factor, and mona's method is linear because it increases by a fixed number.2:option D determines that the rate are increasing exponentially.