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JoceeeJoce
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The ordered pairs below represent a relation between x and y.
(3,1), (2,3), (1,5), (0,7), (1,9), (2,11)
Could this set of ordered pairs have been generated by a linear function?
Yes, because the distance between consecutive xvalues is constant
No, because the distance between consecutive yvalues is different than the distance between consecutive xvalues
Yes, because the relative difference between yvalues and xvalues is the same no matter which pairs of (x, y) values you use to calculate it
No, because the yvalues decrease and then increas
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JoceeeJoce Group Title
The ordered pairs below represent a relation between x and y. (3,1), (2,3), (1,5), (0,7), (1,9), (2,11) Could this set of ordered pairs have been generated by a linear function? Yes, because the distance between consecutive xvalues is constant No, because the distance between consecutive yvalues is different than the distance between consecutive xvalues Yes, because the relative difference between yvalues and xvalues is the same no matter which pairs of (x, y) values you use to calculate it No, because the yvalues decrease and then increas
 11 months ago
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Yes, because the relative difference between yvalues and xvalues is the same no matter which pairs of (x,y) values you use to calculate it.
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turtlemaroon Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Shouldn't you try to help them figure out the answer, instead of just giving it to them?
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lowcard2 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Yes, because the relative difference between yvalues and xvalues is the same no matter which pairs of (x, y) values you use to calculate it
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Hope I helped:)
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