anonymous
  • anonymous
I need help please!!!!! The table shows the values of y for each value of x: x-y 2-1 31 4-negative 3 5-negative 3 Part A: Does the table represent a relation that is a function? Justify your answer by using the values shown in the table. Part B: The function f(h) shown below represents Kylie's total earning from working in a cafe for h hours of work: f(h) = 15h + 5 Calculate and interpret the meaning of f(8)? Part C: Write an ordered pair to represent the input and output of the function in Part B when Kylie works for r hours.
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jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
`Part A: Does the table represent a relation that is a function?` ask yourself this: are there any repeating x values? if so, then you won't have a function. eg: (1,2), (1,7), (3,9) has x = 1 repeating twice. So this isn't a function because any given x value must produce exactly one output y value
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