## vera_ewing one year ago .

1. Nnesha

pick a number for x

2. Nnesha

let x=1 or x= 0 now replace x by 1

3. Nnesha

\[y=3^1+1\] y=4 so look at the graph when x=1 y should be equal to 4

4. Nnesha

hmm nope

5. Nnesha

|dw:1439219878431:dw| when x=1 y isn't equal to 4 so no not D

6. Nnesha

oops

7. Nnesha

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8. Nnesha

oky look at the graph when x=1 y = what ?

9. Nnesha

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10. Nnesha

|dw:1439220021987:dw| when x=1 is the graph of the equation passes through the that blue dot ?

11. Nnesha

no...

12. Nnesha

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13. Nnesha

lol

14. Nnesha

jk i just reread the post why did you choose C first ?

15. Nnesha

look at the graph when x=1 y =4 ??

16. Nnesha

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17. Nnesha

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18. Nnesha

you can pick any number for x let x=0\[f(x) =3^0 +1 \] anything to the zero power is one so f(X)=1+1 =2

19. Nnesha

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20. Nnesha

yes

21. TheSmartOne

why are all the comments deleting? ._.

22. Nnesha

o.O