What statement correctly describes the key features of the graph of f(x) = -3(1/3)x + 1 - 2?
Y-intercept of (0, -3), starts down on the left, gets closer to y = -2 on the right
Y-intercept of (0, -3), starts up on the left, gets closer to y = -2 on the right
Y-intercept of (0, 2), starts down on the left, gets closer to y = -1 on the right
Y-intercept of (0, 2), starts up on the left, gets closer to y = -1 on the right

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- dan815

noo triciall dont help =[

- anonymous

yes help

- dan815

I want to know what this person has tried

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- anonymous

i'll love you forever

- triciaal

-3(1/3)x + 1 - 2? please clarify

- anonymous

idk that's what it says

- dan815

oh brother okay go look at your question again i think its this

- dan815

\[-3(1/3)^{x + 1} - 2?\]

- triciaal

|dw:1436333607169:dw|

- anonymous

OH

- anonymous

it's what dan said

- dan815

why should I help you when u didnt even take the time to see what was copy pasted for the question

- anonymous

whatevs

- triciaal

thank you Dan it's yours

- dan815

and now u gimme this attitude!

- anonymous

omg

- dan815

bahahhaha

- anonymous

NO TRICAAL

- dan815

ok ok calm down ill help you

- dan815

sheeeshhhhhh

- anonymous

yay

- anonymous

i tried graphing it

- dan815

okay lets start with this okay

- dan815

y intercept means we have to intersect this line with the graph u have |dw:1436333811897:dw|

- dan815

|dw:1436333829534:dw|

- dan815

you have to intersect your function with the x=0 line to see the y intercept

- anonymous

wait is it the first one?

- anonymous

like the first option?

- dan815

i dont know :S, what did you do?

- anonymous

graph it lol

- dan815

-.- okay but

- dan815

you can just plug in x=0 to see the value

- anonymous

that's confusing LOL wait was i right?

- dan815

thats not confusing,, this is the better way

- anonymous

graphing is better, they invented calculators for a reason

- dan815

what will you do when the graph is harder to graph

- anonymous

cry

- dan815

okay listen! duude

- anonymous

YAY I GOT 100%

- dan815

omg

- anonymous

how do i change my pic on here

- dan815

you dont, u are not allowed

- anonymous

is that a joke

- anonymous

i think it is

- dan815

no its not

- anonymous

wtf why

- dan815

you have to give me 10 owl bucks to change pic

- anonymous

LOL STFU i'll find out how

- dan815

: ) good luck

- anonymous

<3 u

- anonymous

found it hehe

- dan815

after u give up, ill be waiting for my 10 owl bucks, better hurry up there interest on it

- anonymous

i already found it xo

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