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Which function rule matches the graph below? http://prntscr.com/88ppur

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to find the slope its (negative) distance a / distance b ( called rise / run)
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a rises from 1 up to 3 = ? and b runs from 0 to 6 = ? so a / b = ?
so what is the distance a?
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3 - 1
so is the rule f(x)=3x-3?
no what is that distance ? 3 - 1 = ?
we are still working on the slope

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