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purplemexican

  • one year ago

@Loser66 do you mind helping me with this one as well?

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  1. Purplemexican
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  3. Jack1
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    look at the last section of the graph for values of x when 4>x... what is the relationship?\ between x and y?

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    • one year ago
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    im not entirely sure im half awake

  5. Jack1
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    me too, it's midnight over here :( sorry i meant when x is greater than 4... (and accidently put the less-than symbol)... sorry

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    • one year ago
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    its ok and its 10 am here and loser66 says g(x) looks right to them

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    its a linear relationship between x and y after x = 4... so y = mx + c the gradient = 1 (as when x increases by 1, y increases by 1) and the "c" value is the difference between the 2 x = 4, y = 6, so y = x+2 proof x = 6, y = 8 y = x+2 still

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    does g(x) look correct to you?

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    yep, g(x) is the only one which makes that linear connection after x = 4 of y = x+2

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    awesome thank you

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