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is this a linear function?

Pre-Algebra
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http://vvcap.net/db/tbkssDKTSxfAXGs6f4gJ.htp
its not in mc+b form, so no, is this correct?
no it is not linear

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because of the 1 on top, right?
right, it is a rational function
awesome thanks!!
also, if you graph it, you will not see a line
hmmm, im goig to start graphing them to check, thanks
well if you cannot write \(f(x)=mx+b\) it is not a line but you are on the road to the right method
it gave me a line, but then i probably graphed it wrong my calculator. still learning how to use this thing.
btw i couldn't resist writing "on the road" sorry
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1%2F%285x%2B4%29
lmfoa. i would have missed that, that's awesome.thanks for the help man.

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