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    this would be my best guess Part A: Compare where they are on the graph Part B: See what function has the bigger x intercept ( number ) and what do they mean ( where they will be on the x axis) Part C: I know there is an equation used to find the y intercept but i cant remember what it is, sorry:/ hope this helps!

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    Wxflz - still looking for an answer right?

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    Well here is the graph:

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