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Which equation represents the relationship shown in the table

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What table? Draw it please.
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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.
Im just going to go with y = x + 1
That's incorrect.
y = x + 1 -3 = -4 + 1, True -2 = -2 + 1, False -1 = 0 + 1, False 0 = 2 + 1, False 1 = 4 + 1, False
ok so I will give it another try
I don't uderstand at all Im only in the 8th grade and I really need help
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.
so the negitive two is the rlation in this problem right
-2
lol I learned this in 7th grade. Maybe because I was in the honours program
well im not so thats why I need help
You're saying y = x(-2)?
no Im saying you know I don't know what I am talking about
I really don't are you going to help me or what
I have been, to the best of my capabilities based on this poorly constructed graph.
ok
ok keep it going I will try to undersand
mabe thid will help
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
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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WAIT I think I found the answer just give e one minute plz
i need to make sure
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
my bad
never mind can we just try something else plz
you don't mind do you

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