Table on the left has four columns. The first column lists five possibilities, the second and third list the number of water bottles per day at prices of 1 dollar and 50 cents per bottle respectively, and the last column lists the number of chewing gum packets per day. The data in the graph is as follows:

A: 0; 0; 8

B: 1; 2; 6

C: 2; 4; 4

D: 3; 6; 2

E: 4; 8; 0

A graph on the right shows the number of water bottles per day on the horizontal axis, ranging from 0 to 8 in increment of 2. It shows the number of chewing gum packs per day on the vertical axis, ranging from 0 to 10 in increment of 2. A diagonal line is drawn downward between 8 on the y-axis and 4 on the x-axis. It is labeled as “water 1 dollar”. Five points are plotted on the diagonal line, ...

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