For the graphed function f(x) = -(3)x - 1 + 3, calculate the average rate of change from x = 1 to x = 3. (5 points)

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For the graphed function f(x) = -(3)x - 1 + 3, calculate the average rate of change from x = 1 to x = 3. (5 points)

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Fill in the blank: The point (1, _____) lies on that function curve.
3? lol idk
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draw a vertical line through x = 1 |dw:1436391924628:dw|
where does this vertical line cross the curve? |dw:1436391957168:dw|
4? idk
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how high is that point off the x axis (think of it as the ground)
4...
no, 2 actually
wouldnt 2 be closer though
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oh
so you see how that point is (1,2) ?
ohh wait i see in the screenshot
yes
what is the other point?
2,0?
(2,0) yes
(1,2) and (2,0) are the two points
use the slope formula \[\Large m = \frac{y_{2}-y_{1}}{x_{2}-x_{1}}\] to find the slope
so -2
yes the slope of the line through those two points is -2
so that's the answer?
oh wait, it's x = 1 to x = 3 NOT x = 1 to x = 2
there's one other point on the graph that has an x coordinate of 3 what is the y coordinate here?
-6
so the two points you'll use are (1,2) and (3,-6)
use the same slope formula
so-4
good
yay thanks so much can you please help with 1 more?
sure
Which logarithmic graph can be used to approximate the value of y in the equation 5y = 12? (5 points) http://gyazo.com/09247132268a7180076b6fd9c7b33364
It says \[\Large 5^y = 12\] right?
yes sorry
when you isolate y, what do you get
how would i do that? like do i square root 5 i dont know lol
what undoes exponents?
square roots?
logs do
oh sorry
if we solve for y, we get \[\Large 5^y = 12\] \[\Large y = \log_{5}(12)\] \[\Large y = \frac{\log(12)}{\log(5)}\] \[\Large y \approx 1.543959\]
So find the function where if you plug in x = 12, you'll get roughly y = 1.543959
okay
wait so if i graphed them would the answer show up as one of theoptions?
look at your options which choice has (12, 1.543959) on it?
obviously B and C are out because the y coordinates of the point with x coordinate 12 is negative
d?
why D?
because it's 12,1.5
what is the coordinates of that blue point for choice A?
12,1
good
so that rules out A
yay thanks!!
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