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Go to the choices one by one. Do you think A is correct?

I dont understand what any of them mean, so i couldnt tell you, im really slow in math, :'(

Jeez .... you are trying to tackle question without knowing what there terms are??

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i just dont understand and i have so much to do! IM SO SORRY :(

first search what what are direct variations and inverse variations ...

ok

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92U67CUy9Gc

can u dumb that down for me ... :/

I suggest you focus on learning ... what will you do with answers if you don't know that they mean?

finish that video ... i'll give you half answer

okay yea.

so what do you think ???
does f(x) increase or decrease with x??

increase?

f(1) = 1/1 = 1
f(10) = 1/10 = 0.1
do you think it is increasing

ooh no its decreasing

its breaking up into smaller numbers to make a bigger number

well ... this is called inverse variation!!

okay so is that it?

half part

Yes, well A is correct. Go check the other ones. Tell us what you think of each option.

since it's inverse variation ... it cannot be direct variation
now two option left

i think b is right

don't make guess ... i'm not gonna answer

first search for what's "real number"

B IS RIGHT BECAUSE IT DOES HAVE REAL NUMBERS DOSENT IT

i know what real numbers are, they are every number basically

is pi a real number??

is 1 and 10 real number??

yes

*are ...

is 0 real number??

yes

find f(x) at 0

its not there

Why is it not there?

Because..

ah ... i misread ... i thought it was domain

honestly i would have sat there and learned it but i just dont have the time

okay ... the range is all over the real numbers
now we have only one statement

I GUESSED A B AND D THANKS GUYS.

The range can't be zero. So the range is not all real numbers.

well ... A and D are your answer

Yup! =)) Cause that is just the limit and we are not actually sure if it will be 0.

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