rayman5766
  • rayman5766
I will give a medal to any one who helps The table above represents what type of function? A. neither linear nor nonlinear B. nonlinear C. linear and nonlinear D. linear x y 0 -2 1 1 2 4 3 7
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rayman5766
  • rayman5766
I want to say B
anonymous
  • anonymous
There is no table
rayman5766
  • rayman5766
is actually the one under D

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok, the "table ABOVE" kinda threw me off
rayman5766
  • rayman5766
yea sorry about that
anonymous
  • anonymous
One easy way to go about this is to just graph it out. If it's a line, it's linear. If it's curved like a parabola for example, it's nonlinear.
rayman5766
  • rayman5766
yea that makes since continue
anonymous
  • anonymous
Orr, we could just do it based on the table alone. So at x=0, y=-2. The next set of points is x=1,y=1. That means that the x went up one, while the y went up 3. If this difference between the x's and the y's continues (For every one the x goes up, the y goes up by 3), it is linear.
rayman5766
  • rayman5766
crud so close thanks man

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