Equation A y = 4 over x + 3 Equation B y = −2x − 4 Which statement best compares the graphs of the two equations? both are nonlinear both are linear equation a is nonlinear and equation b is linear equation a is linear and equation b is nonlinear

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Equation A y = 4 over x + 3 Equation B y = −2x − 4 Which statement best compares the graphs of the two equations? both are nonlinear both are linear equation a is nonlinear and equation b is linear equation a is linear and equation b is nonlinear

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linear graph looks like this |dw:1439405943555:dw| or |dw:1439405965158:dw|
it looks like a decreasing or increasing line.
how do i solve the equations though

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you are supposed to graph it.
Plug in points and graph them if you do not know the patterns or behaviors of it.
yeah but how do i plug in something like 4/x +3
plug x=1 the denominator is 4/4=1 so (1,1)
if x gets bigger in the denominator and the numerator is 4, what number is it approaching?
i don't understand haha do i add the 3 to x
\[\frac{ 4 }{ x+3 }\] that is the equation as x gets bigger the denominator increases 4/a very large number will equals or approaching 0 In other words 4/x+3 is decreasing slowly because 4/4=1 4/5=0.8 4/6=0.66 that it decreases in a curve, which is not linear.
4/(a very large number)
y=-2x+4 you know what a slope is and which slope value this function has?
i figured it out thanks
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