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lyzzy7
 3 years ago
MULTIPLE CHOICE? PLEASE HELP!:)
Describe how the graphs of y = x and y = x + 3 are related.
a.The two graphs are the same.
b.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of y=x is 0, and the xintercept of the second graph is 3.
c.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of y=x is 0, and the yintercept of the second graph is 3.
d.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of x is 0, and the xintercept of the second graph is –3.
lyzzy7
 3 years ago
MULTIPLE CHOICE? PLEASE HELP!:) Describe how the graphs of y = x and y = x + 3 are related. a.The two graphs are the same. b.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of y=x is 0, and the xintercept of the second graph is 3. c.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of y=x is 0, and the yintercept of the second graph is 3. d.The graphs have the same shape. The yintercept of x is 0, and the xintercept of the second graph is –3.

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huange
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1C. If you plug the values into the equations, you can easily see that only C works. Remember that the y intercept is (0, y). For the equation y = x + 3, if x is 0, then y is 3, so the answer must be c.

satellite73
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0it is D because if \(x=3\) then \(x+3=3+3=0\)

huange
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Shoot, I was trying to make it easier to understand, but I guess the way I explained it didn't work. Anyways, aren't both B and C true then? Because the y intercept is 3 and the x is negative 3.
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