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  • one year ago

Select a graph for the situation. You walk 1 mile to the bus stop, ride the express bus for 2 miles, and then walk another mile to your home.

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    back

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    what are the choices?

  6. anonymous
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    oh the answer is

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    I need an explanation agine

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    "Select a graph for the situation." leads me to believe there are multiple choices.

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    oh. nvm

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    I understand.

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    I could show u all the graphs but there is no point u know what I mean

  13. anonymous
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    Here is an explanation: In this graph, the first 1 mile has a speed that is visibly slower than the next 2 miles. Finally, the last mile has once again a slower speed than the previous 2 miles. Of this, we can conclude that this is the graph that describes this situation.

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    thanks

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    np.

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    Tag me when I'm online. if you fan me you can see me in the "People you are a fan of:" list.

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    alright thanks sooooooooo much I appricate it a lot thanks agine

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