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@satellite73 go for it.
lol i got no idea i always thought \(y=2x+3\) is a line, not a scatter plot it would have \((0,3)\) on the graph which none of these do guess we need to see a picture to figure out which is the best approximation
@Hero could you help out
Go to desmos.com and plot f(x) = 2x + 3. Then plot each possible set of points from the given choices to see which set gives the best approximation of the line.
yea plot em out to find the best fit
do line of best fit, basically see which one has all of the points clumped together
can you post a screen shot? it is very hard to read a graph from a bunch of words
she is getting it
Those are the options
And now we figure out that \(f(x)\) is \(2^x + 3\).
\[f(0)=2^0+3=1+3=4\] giving the point \((0,4)\) on the graph
what do you need help with exactly
try computing \(f(1)\) to get another point
just plug in some low numbers to get the points and see which one matches
which option would it be?
i think its A
ok i will just go with that. what do you guys think?
I think its A too
Can someone help me too