adajiamcneal
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Please help!! Algebra 2 slope domain and range.
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What is the equation of the line that represents your initial climb? What is the domain and range of your roller coaster?
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anonymous
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No
adajiamcneal
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then get off of my question . . . There was no need to comment that.
ankit042
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Domain is where the function is defined in this case 0 to 41
adajiamcneal
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well i was suppose to design my own rollercoaster and plot points well i need to find the slope of the initial climb and the domain and range
ankit042
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Range is value which function can take it is a continuos function with min 0 and max value 21 so that is the range
adajiamcneal
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@Marie1738 yes. @ankit042 so the domain is just the last point?
ankit042
  • ankit042
you can find the slope from the given points and get your equation using two point formula
ankit042
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No domain is the set of values where function is defined so in this case it is all points between 0 and 41
adajiamcneal
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ok. how would i get the equation?
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adajiamcneal
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i think this would be the equation. y =9x/8
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