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  • 2 years ago

29. Is the graph of y=2x-5/x+7 a translation of the graph of an inverse variation? Explain.

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  1. mamma17
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    show how u figured it out plz and ty

  2. andriod09
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    is the x negative? that's the question for something like this, this is the equation:\[y=2x-\frac{-5}{x}+7\] so then that would me yes, because the equation would be negative on a graph, going from the left to the right.

  3. mamma17
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    no it is 2x-5 divded by x+7

  4. andriod09
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    oh, then no, it would be positive, not negative. my bad then.

  5. mamma17
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    it ok then but how did u figure that out I have to show my work

  6. andriod09
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    you really can't, not unless you graph it, and i don't like doing that, sorry. :/

  7. mamma17
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    it ok ty though

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