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  1. LaynaMae
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    Need any help?

  4. LaynaMae
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    Yes please ...

  5. LaynaMae
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    You don't necessarily have to do it for me , just please explain to me how to get the answer .

  6. macknojia
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    in question 1 the plant is already 2 cm high. so the graph with an initial value of 2 is your answer.

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    Initial value meaning slope ? :o

  8. LaynaMae
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    And they are both the same question , I just numbered the pages because not all of the graphs would fit on one page

  9. LaynaMae
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    @macknojia how about this question ?

  10. macknojia
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    initial value is where your x=0, look at the graph on question 1 it starts from 2 (y value). slope is the rate at which your graph is increasing.

  11. macknojia
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    its the graph a. look at the points the graph is talking about (1,2) and (3,6) .

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    That makes sense !! Thank you !!

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    This one ??

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    basically find the slope in every condition. in the first case take 2 ponts and use the slope formula. in the second case use the equation of a line to find m(slope) and in the third case they tell you the rate at which the function changes

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    Okayy

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