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A. f(x), g(x), h(x)
B. g(x), f(x), h(x)
C. h(x), g(x), f(x)
D. g(x), h(x), f(x)

I'm not sure if I understand..

for the f(x) (the graph)
can you read the "y" value at x=-1 ?

I mean g(x) graph

Yeah it's -1? ..right?

Wait nooo

put your finger on -1 on the x-axis, and move your finger down until you hit the line

Sorry had I quadrants mixed up.

-2!

yes. now what is the y value at x= 3 ?

0?

Er -2?

not er -2, you did it correctly the first time.

Okay yeah sorry. Haven't been focusing on math for a couple days (trying to reach my end date)

Let's do h(x)
what is y at x= -1 and y at x= 3 ?

-2 and 0?

Oh wrong one!!

h(x): 14 and 62?

yes, and what is the "change in y" ?

i.e. when we go from 14 up to 62, how much did y change ?

It goes up by 5, 7, 9...

we want a single number. if you start at 14 and end up at 62, how far did you go up ?

So the difference is 48.

now the first one f(x) = (x+3)^2 -2
we have to put in x=-1 and figure out f(-1)
(-1+3)^2 -2 = ?

2!

and now for x=3 . can you do that?

Pluggin in x=3? That would be 34.

g(x), h(x), and f(x)?

OH g, f and h.

we could divide each by 4, but the order won't change.

Right. So is that right?

yes, that is it.

Okay awesome. Thank you so so much! I'm so ready to be done with Algebra II.

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