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Describe the y values change relative to the change in the x value

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    The x valuees are 10,12,14,16 y 7,9,11,13 9 (x,y) 10,7 12,9 14,11 16,13

  2. anonymous
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    if y is your dependent variable and x is you independent variable, this means that y is a function of x, resulting in the y values changing relative the x values

  3. anonymous
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    THATS THE ANSWER.

  4. anonymous
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    which one?

  5. anonymous
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    Describe the y values change relative to the change in the x value The x valuees are 10,12,14,16 y 7,9,11,13 9 (x,y) 10,7 12,9 14,11 16,13

  6. shadowfiend
    • 5 years ago
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    What you have to do is see if there's something that relates the x value and y value for each ordered point. For example, what is the relation between 10 and 7? 12 and 9?

  7. anonymous
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    could u tell me the answer

  8. anonymous
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    oh I totally didn't see you problem... lol, I thought you wanted someone to describe you a general case

  9. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    well im just asking for the answer

  10. anonymous
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    lol gotcha

  11. shadowfiend
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    Nope. 'Fraid you have to use the help here to find the answer :)

  12. anonymous
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    listen up who has the answer

  13. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    FORGET IT

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