Referenced from lesson Piecewise Functions

Alice’s code has some new elements we haven’t seen before, so let’s experiment a bit to figure out how it works! **Open the “Alice’s Restaurant starter file, click “Run”, and try using the cost function in the Interactions window.**

1 What does (cost "hamburger") evaluate to?

2 What does (cost "pie") evaluate to?

3 What if you ask for (cost "fries")?

4 Explain what the function is doing in your own words.

5 What is the function’s name? Domain? Range?

6 What is the name of its variable?

7 Alice says onion rings have gone up to $3.75. Change the `cost`

function to reflect this.

8 Try adding menu items of your own. What’s your favorite?

9 For an unknown food item, the function produces the String `"That’s not on the menu!"`

Is this a problem? Why or why not?

10 Suppose Alice wants to calculate the price of a hamburger, *including a 5% sales tax*. Draw a Circle of Evaluation for the expression below.

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