princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
Please Help <3 Below are two different functions, f(x) and g(x). What can be determined about their y-intercepts? f(x) = −3x + 2 x y 2 12 2 10 2 4
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princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
The function f(x) has a higher y-intercept. The function g(x) has a higher y-intercept. They both have the same y-intercept. The relationship between y-intercepts cannot be determined.
princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
Obviously the y-intercept for the function is +2, however I do not know the second part regarding the table.
Owlcoffee
  • Owlcoffee
If you look at the table, you can observe that the x-value is always the same, yet the y-value still remains the same, this implies that the second line g(x) is parallel to the y-axis, and what does that imply in regards to the y-interception?

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princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
Im sorry but I am completely helpless when it comes to this I have no idea..
princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
@Owlcoffee
anonymous
  • anonymous
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princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
However I do understand that the x value does stay the same, i see the y value changing though.
Owlcoffee
  • Owlcoffee
Since the line "g(x)" is parallel to the y-axis, that means there is no interception, and you already know the y-interception of the line determined by f(x), what relationship can you state about their y-interceptions if one does not have any?
princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
The relationship cannot be determined? @Owlcoffee
princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
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MD152727
  • MD152727
Sorry, I can't help, I don't have enough time.
princesssleelee
  • princesssleelee
Aww alright, thanks anyways, could you maybe tag someone that may know how to do this?
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jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
did you still need help
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  • princesssleelee
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