For the function y = f(x), what is the ordered pair for the point on the graph when x = 3n - 4?

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For the function y = f(x), what is the ordered pair for the point on the graph when x = 3n - 4?

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(3n - 4, f(n)) (3n - 4, f(3n - 4)) (x, f(3n)) (x, 3n - 4)
For a function y=f(x), when x=2, my ordered pair would be \((2,~f(2))\). Do you agree with that?
And same thing is when x=3n-4, except that instead of a 2 I got \(\small3{\rm n}-4\).

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mhm okay yea i understand
so its d right
no
let me ask you again. I have a function y=f(x), and my x=4, what is the ordered pair?
\[(4,f4)\]
yes, \(\color{blue}{(4,f(4))}\)
Ok, now my function is still f(x), but my x=8b what is my ordered pair then?
\[(8b, f(8b))\]?
yes, that is right
now, my function is still f(x), and my x=3n-4 my ordered pair is?
\[(3n-4 , f(3n-4))\]
yes, that is right....
so b is the answer
yes, B is the answer.
Awesome thank you so much again ! ;p
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could you help me with this one
The table below represents the velocity of a car as a function of time: Time (second) x Velocity (m/s) f (x) 15 45 22 66 29 87 36 108 The average rate of change of the function between x = 15 to x = 29 is __________m/s2 and represents the car's acceleration.
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thats the table
I'm thinking the answer is 32 but im not so sure
ok, you have two points (15,45) and (29,87) all you need to do is to find the slope. |dw:1437936165499:dw|
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yes
that is the average rate of change
awesome thanks
anytime!
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