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In y=mx+c can u tell me what is the slope?
m = slope

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So, V(t)=-203t+9655........ what do u think is the slope
-203 = m = slope
Now, since slope is negative it means it is decreasing at the rate of 203 per year
So the value of the Gremlin is decreasing at the rate of 203 per year?
Now, what do u think V intercept is?
V represents the value in year t. So, in 1974, V(1974) = -203(1974)+9655
At 1974, t=0
got it?
Yes. So what would V be then?
Okay. And what would be the meaning of the V-intercept in this application?
Value of Albert Gebra's at 1974
Okay, thanks. Now I have to find the t-intercept for the application and explain what this means in terms of the application.
Now, -203t+9655=0
So after you solve for t, I get 47.562
It represents after 47.562 years the Albert ... value will be zero
Okay. And if I have to sketch a graph of the function, labeling the axis, scale and equation, how would I do that?
Does it help?
Yes, but where would I write the equation on the graph?
Okay. If I have to give the domain and range of the function and then write each of them in interval notation, how would I do that?
It's first degree equation, so domain ( -inf, inf), also range ( -inf, inf)

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