anonymous
  • anonymous
x=-1 y=1 x=0 y=4 x=1 y=7 x=2 y=10 x=3 y=13 what is the equation that represents the relationship between x and y
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amistre64
  • amistre64
determine the slope between points for starters; if its the same it linear
anonymous
  • anonymous
On the x-side, you are adding 1 and on the y-side you are adding 3, so this is an "add-add" relationship in some math books. This means that every time you move along the x-axis 1, you rise up 3
anonymous
  • anonymous
that tells you it is linear

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