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- anonymous

Can yall help me?

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- anonymous

With what??

- anonymous

with?

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- anonymous

idk what that bc I cant open it

- anonymous

Oh okay I will text you back in a few..busy right now

- anonymous

The number of fish (f) in a fish tank increases when the number of algae blooms (a) decreases. Write the correct equation for this scenario, and solve for the number of fish when there are 4 algae blooms.
Algae Blooms Fish
10 10
25 4
f = 1a; f = 4
f = .1a; f = .4
f = 100 over a; f = 25
f = 100 over a; f = 400

- anonymous

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- jim_thompson5910

well the first answer choice is f = 1a
basically f = a
that is true for the first row but NOT true for the second row
so hopefully you see why choice A is eliminated?

- anonymous

so its either c or d

- jim_thompson5910

the function is definitely 100/a

- jim_thompson5910

now plug in a = 4 to find the value of f

- anonymous

so its C

- jim_thompson5910

yes

- jim_thompson5910

since 100/a = 100/4 = 25

- anonymous

thanks

- jim_thompson5910

no problem

- anonymous

could you help me some more with some other question

- jim_thompson5910

sure, one more

- anonymous

alright you want me to put it on here

- jim_thompson5910

either way is fine

- anonymous

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- anonymous

can you open it?

- jim_thompson5910

the table only shows g(x)

- jim_thompson5910

I don't see f(x) anywhere

- anonymous

it has f(x) on the graph but i dont understand this one

- jim_thompson5910

the graph doesn't show up. All I see is a table

- anonymous

its a straight line up and down from-1 on the graph for f(x)

- jim_thompson5910

can you post a screenshot of it?

- jim_thompson5910

ok go ahead and post it when you're ready

- anonymous

can you open that

- jim_thompson5910

can you attach it where it says "attach file" under the text box?

- anonymous

i got it

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- jim_thompson5910

Thanks. That helps clear things up

- jim_thompson5910

From what I see, f(x) is a complete vertical line that will NEVER cross the y axis. So it does not have any y-intercepts at all.

- jim_thompson5910

Saying things like `g(x) has a larger y-intercept` or `they both have the same y-intercept` makes no sense

- anonymous

haha yes lol and it makes more since when i had to look at it for like 30 mins im tired now lol

- jim_thompson5910

it's a somewhat misleading question, so I can see how you got stuck

- anonymous

yes lol and thanks sorry about all that i was stressing out big time.Do you need help on anything?

- jim_thompson5910

That's ok. There's no worries. I don't have any questions but thanks for asking.

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