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Write a function g(h) that expresses the number of cups in a stack in terms of cups, n, in the stack? The height function of a stack of cups is s(n) = 0.5n+ 12.5....12.5 means the height of the first cup and the 0.5 is the measure of each new cup that was added. Now I have to write a function that represents the number of cups in a stack in terms of the height, h, of the stack, and then answer these questions: 1.what number represents the slope of your function s? 2.what rate of change does this slope represent? 3.what number represents the slope of your function g?

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    4. what rate of change does this lope represent?

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