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Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table

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  1. ucreategames Group Title
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    What table? Draw it please.

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  2. marsialee Group Title
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    @TrashMan914 A little help

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    You need to write a statement of relativity that may be along the lines of this: x = y(?) (?) being the equation that causes y to become x.

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    Im just going to go with y = x + 1

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    That's incorrect.

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    y = x + 1 -3 = -4 + 1, True -2 = -2 + 1, False -1 = 0 + 1, False 0 = 2 + 1, False 1 = 4 + 1, False

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    ok so I will give it another try

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  9. marsialee Group Title
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    I don't uderstand at all Im only in the 8th grade and I really need help

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    There's a relation between x and y that must be calculated. If you find one that works for x1 and y1, it needs to apply to all variants of each, for the statement to be correct.

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    so the negitive two is the rlation in this problem right

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    -2

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    lol I learned this in 7th grade. Maybe because I was in the honours program

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    well im not so thats why I need help

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    You're saying y = x(-2)?

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  16. marsialee Group Title
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    no Im saying you know I don't know what I am talking about

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    I really don't are you going to help me or what

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    I have been, to the best of my capabilities based on this poorly constructed graph.

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    ok

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    ok keep it going I will try to undersand

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    mabe thid will help

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    1. y= -1^2x - 1 2. y= X + 1 3. Y= 1^2 - 1 4 . Y= 1^2 + 1 WHICH ONE DO YOU THINK IT IS

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    Apply the answers to the graph, making sure all variables work. Replace x and y in each of those equations with the appropriate variable.

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    KK

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    WAIT I think I found the answer just give e one minute plz

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    i need to make sure

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    01. y= -1^2x - 1 2. y= X + 1 3. Y= 1^2 - 1 4 . Y= 1^2 + 1

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    sorry I messed up

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  29. marsialee Group Title
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    my bad

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    never mind can we just try something else plz

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    you don't mind do you

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