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A. Write a function that shows grams as a function of cups. Use g(x).
g(x) = 128x.
C. Graph the relationship between the number of cups and grams of flour.
I NEED HELP WITH PART C.
First thing you have to do is define your x and y axis
It's pretty much already stated, the number of cups is the independent variable so the x axis the y axis will represent the amount of grams as that is the dependent variable
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To do the actual graph you can plug in numbers to your equation, g(x)
When x=1, g(x)=128
When x=2, g(x)=?
Do a few and draw your line as it should be linear
And just to clarify, I don't think I need to say it but I will just in case
X=1 cup, g(x)=128g
I don't know how to graph it tbh. @taramgrant0543664
Yes x=2 , g(x)=256
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I can do that but it's the graphing that I don't get lol D:. I'm not good with graphing
To actually graph it you have 1 cup is equal to 128g on your graph you will move to the 1 spot on the x axis so horizontally and then move vertically until you get to 128
For the second one you go to the 2 spot on the x axis then you go vertically up until you reach 256
I don't know how well that explanation is but I hope it helps!!