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  • one year ago

I need help with part B and C of a problem I already did part A

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Bee_see
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    In part B, you just have to replace the x with the 8 in f(x)=3x-10

  3. Bee_see
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    What's the answer for part b?

  4. anonymous
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    But how do i tell if its greater? greater than the original function @Bee_see

  5. anonymous
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    I got 14

  6. Bee_see
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    Look at the graph, when x=8, what number do you see for the y value (what's the OUTPUT)?

  7. anonymous
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    4

  8. Bee_see
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    |dw:1440877695012:dw|Yes.

  9. anonymous
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    But dont i plug 8 in for the equation they gave me

  10. Bee_see
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    well..didn't you get 14 when you plugged in 8 with f(x)=3x-10. This relation is greater than the one used on the graph. 14 is greater than 4.

  11. Bee_see
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    Do you understand?

  12. anonymous
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    yes, so i was right?

  13. Bee_see
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    DId you say that f(x)=3x-10 is greater? If yes, then you are right.

  14. anonymous
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    B. is that the equation in question be has a greater value. C.x=30

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    @redskychicken

  16. anonymous
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    B. is that the equation in question be has a greater value. C.x=30

  17. Bee_see
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    In part C, do the same you did in Part B. Replace x with 80. What's f(x)=3x-10?

  18. Bee_see
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    The "relation" part in part c is the function f(x)=3x-10.

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