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Would it be c?

correct

C is correct...you can always think of it as a x,y chart if that helps.

Oh ok thank you to both of you! I have another question..

ok

fast way to know this is to input 0 into both equation to see its output so...

when input 0 into function 1 we get f(0)=1
while g(0)=2 ....

So A?

yep

yes function 1 ... when x=0 y=1

sorry, I was distracted...go back to the last problem please. with the 2 function, I disagree with A

how can it be B when they didnt give the x value of x=2 for g(x)?

well, maybe not clearly from my drawing, but draw it yourself on paper and you'll see :)

So sorry my computer ran out of battery

Ok one second...

f(1) is 9 and f(4) is 18

yes, f(1) and f(4) are correct, so now find the rate of change \[\frac{ y-y_{1}}{x-x_{1}}\]

nope, you're coordinates are 1,f(1) and 4,f(4)....in other words (1,9) and (4,18)

*your...good thing I'm helping with math and not grammar!

Haha lol

So the rate of change is 9/3 or 3

So c?

yes, or still think of it as 3/1...since rate of change is a ratio....3 feet for every 1 second.

yes, c :)

I'll give it a shot!

Oh ok and the x-intercepts would be the prices when the profit is at zero, right?

I believe so

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