In football, a field goal is worth 3 points. Which function rule relates the number of field goals,f,and the number of points, p?
A) f=3p
B) p=3f
C) 3+f
D) p=3+f
I think it's A. Am I right?
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- narutoboy14

yes

- richgall____

I kinda think its b because if a field goal is worth 3 points,you multiply each field goal times 3 to get your total points. :/ thats y i think its B

- anonymous

But wouldn't the input be the number of goals you get and the output would be the number of points you get, right?

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- texaschic101

I am leaning towards B as well.....lets say you score 5 field goals..
p = 3(5)
p = 15

- richgall____

Yea,but each goal is worth 3 points. For instance, if a team scored 4 field goals you would go f3=p (4x3=12 points)

- anonymous

okay. I think I get it. Thank you two. I would give you both a medal but I cant. Sorry

- anonymous

yes that is right to the best of my recollection of when I took this kind of math

- texaschic101

give medal to richgall

- anonymous

I did thanks again!

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