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anonymous
 one year ago
1)Which function has the greatest rate of change?
A)6x7y=21
B)y=2x2
C)x y
2 7
3 13
4 19
D)
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2)Which function has the greatest rate of change?
A)x y
1 −3
2 −8
3 −13
B) y=3x8
C)8x+4y=16
D)
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anonymous
 one year ago
1)Which function has the greatest rate of change? A)6x7y=21 B)y=2x2 C)x y 2 7 3 13 4 19 D) http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1523000_1523500/1523241/1/0e13f22fd8434ba8776b9a5e59dab888deeef694/MS_IMC1400831161106.jpg 2)Which function has the greatest rate of change? A)x y 1 −3 2 −8 3 −13 B) y=3x8 C)8x+4y=16 D) http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1523000_1523500/1523242/1/95f0fcfdba86aa93f7a0cd83672eb495ee04ca98/MS_IMC1400831161107.jpg

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Look for the slopes of these equations. Higher slope will get higher change. I am solving the first one. In choice A the slope can be found like this. \[6x = 21 7y\] \[\frac{6}{7}x = \frac{21 + 7y}{7} = 3 + y\] Coefficient of 'x' will be our slope. In this example, our slope is 6 over 7th.
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