anonymous
  • anonymous
sketch a graph of y=f(x). f(x)=-4x +5.
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FibonacciChick666
  • FibonacciChick666
so why don't you make a chart with x values on the left and y values on the right for me
abb0t
  • abb0t
You could see that it is already in equation form of a line, which is: y= mx+b the fact that "m" in this case is negative, means that your slope is opposite of how it looks BUT you can also pick a piont and then use slope\( \frac{4}{1}\) which is rise over run to draw more points
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  • anonymous
Drag the top of the rectangle up and down in the tool below to explore the functional relationship between the two shapes?

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