Which statement describes the relationship between x and y?
As x increases, y decreases.
As x increases, y increases.
As x increases, y increases and then decreases.
As x increases, y decreases and then increases.
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because As x increases, y increases.
`y decreases` means `y (on the graph) is going down`
`y increases` means `y (on the graph) is going up`
`x decreases` means `x (on the graph) is going to the left`
`x increases` means `x (on the graph) is going to the right`
don't listen it is not B
Stop giving out answer - first of all. Secondly, stop giving out incorrect answers.
When x goes to the left, the x is decreasing, right?
As x decreases (goes to the left), how does the y behave?
I should say:
1. as the graph goes to the right, does it go down or up?
2. as the graph goes to the left, does it go down or up?
it goes down then up right?
So as x increases, y decreases and then increases.
but the more it goes to the right (from the y-axis) the graph is going down, or is it going up?
oh, I am sorry @OregonDuck
B is the right answer.
(Although not accurate at all, yet the best option)
Was her right?
well, these options are abstruse for a single precise ineterpetation.
I would say that `as x→±∞, y→∞`
as x gets very large, or very small the y increases.
or perhaps B is incorrect.
it has to be i asked my brother he is in collage
so D is correct, i would think
The answer is D @SolomonZelman is right
(have multuiple choice questions. esp. the poorly worded once)
hate* not have......
yes, kinda bad working on it. (In any case, hope next questions are not MC)