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The graph represents function 1, and the equation represents function 2: A coordinate plane graph is shown. A horizontal line is graphed passing through the y-axis at y = 6. Function 2 y = 2x + 7 How much more is the rate of change of function 1 than the rate of change of function 2? 1 2 3 4

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  1. anonymous
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    @H3LPN33DED

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    ?????

  3. anonymous
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    If the question is How much more is the rate of change of function TWO than the rate of change of function ONE? Then, it's two.

  4. anonymous
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    @lil_chukie Ok, so what I did to answer ur other question was use this website https://www.desmos.com/calculator and in the question their are 2 equations u need to go by, one is the y=2x+7 and it states in the first part that the first function has a y-axis of 6 so the other equation should be y=2x+6 and then what I did was find rise over run and I got 2

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    @crissyyyxoxo No fair I was typing and explaining it >_<

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    srry :/

  7. anonymous
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    George is folding a piece of paper to make an origami figure. Each time he folds the paper, the thickness of the paper is doubled. The paper starts out flat, with a thickness of 1 millimeter. A. Write a list of six ordered pairs showing the output as the thickness of the paper when the input is the number of times it is folded. Explain how you came up with your ordered pairs. B. Is this relation a function? Explain why or why not using the ordered pairs you came up with in Part A.

  8. anonymous
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    @crissyyyxoxo @lil_chukie Thank you

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