anonymous
  • anonymous
help please!? The scatter plot below shows the relationship between the leaf length (x) and leaf width f(x), in mm, of some leaves of a tree. Which of the following functions is best represented by the scatter plot? (4 points) f(x) = -5 + 0.5x f(x) = 5 + 0.5x f(x) = x - 10.5 f(x) = -x - 10.5
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anonymous
  • anonymous
https://geneseeisd.blackboard.com/courses/1/flvs.algebra1B.v17_VSS_01_2015/ppg/respondus/exam_09.12_Segment_Two_Exam_Part_1/segment2_graph27.gif
Vocaloid
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your link isn't working, is there another way you can post it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
not sure

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anonymous
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plz help!!
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try a screenshot http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/
anonymous
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i have a windows
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follow the instructions given for the windows section on that link

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