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-y - 2 = x + 1 is a decreasing function

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make it a function of y respect to x
Yes. If you put it in the form: \(\sf \color{red}{y=mx+b}\) You will see
ok so it is increasing y=-2x+1

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what makes you say it's increasing?
sorry decreasing
Yes.
okay right!
god help us it is not your fault, but \[-y - 2 = x + 1\] is not a function at all it is an equation
It's a linear function, no?
I have it in my homework it says if it is increasing or decreasing
yes
no it is not a linear "function" it is an equation for a line thus beginning the long confusion between the concept of "function" and "equation" it is not your fault just bad math teachers
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anyway what they want you to do is solve for \(y\) \[-y - 2 = x + 1\] \[-y=x+3\] \[y=-x-3\]
but is it increasing or decreasing
and then say "since the slope is negative, it is decreasing
\[y=-x-3\\y=mx+b\] \[m=-1\] so it is decreasing
ok thank you. was not sure
yw sorry you have such a crappy book
y = -5x + 4 so this one is increasing right
i meant decreasing sorry didnt see the -
yeah, decreasing
k thanks

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