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  1. anonymous
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    AHHH PHONEGUY

  2. anonymous
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    Hi there!

  3. anonymous
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    HI

  4. anonymous
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    the link didn't work

  5. anonymous
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    Uh, listen; I was never good at this kind of stuff. Math.

  6. anonymous
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    ok, do you have another link, hat one isn't working

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    Oh boy, one sec...

  9. anonymous
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    Oh.

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    this is not good

  11. anonymous
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    I guess II can just type them out manually.

  12. anonymous
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    The functions p(x) and g(x) are shown below: g(x) = 9x p(x) = 9x Which statement best describes the graph of p(x) and g(x)? The graphs will both have their y-intercept equal to 1. The graphs will both have their y-intercept equal to 9. The graph of g(x) will eventually exceed the graph of p(x). The graph of p(x) will eventually exceed the graph of g(x).

  13. anonymous
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    One down, a bunch to go.

  14. anonymous
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    Number two~ A store had 235 MP3 players in the month of January. Every month, 30% of the MP3 players were sold and 50 new MP3 players were stocked in the store. Which recursive function best represents the number of MP3 players in the store f(n) after n months? f(n) = 0.7 • f(n - 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 237 - 0.7 • f(n - 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 0.3 • f(n - 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0 f(n) = 237 + 0.7 • f(n - 1) + 50, f(0) = 235, n > 0

  15. undeadknight26
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    Post them one at a time please.

  16. anonymous
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    wow thats hard

  17. anonymous
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    sorry phoneguy i cant help you with this

  18. undeadknight26
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    The first once I don't know if it's a typo but they are both the same equation.

  19. anonymous
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    Really? They're completely different questions on my screen. :/

  20. anonymous
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    And that's okay @MinecraftNoob thnx anyways.

  21. undeadknight26
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    They are both 9x to me.

  22. anonymous
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    Oh well, can you still help me on it then?

  23. undeadknight26
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    Not without the equations m8.

  24. undeadknight26
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    That's like asking me to paint a colorful picture with one color of paint.

  25. anonymous
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    The functions p(x) and g(x) are shown below: g(x) = 9x p(x) = 9x Which statement best describes the graph of p(x) and g(x)? The graphs will both have their y-intercept equal to 1. The graphs will both have their y-intercept equal to 9. The graph of g(x) will eventually exceed the graph of p(x). The graph of p(x) will eventually exceed the graph of g(x).

  26. anonymous
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    Theres the question again.

  27. anonymous
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    :l

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