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ok i can't choose between c and a, although i think a more which one?
Graph it, and maybe you'll find out wich one you need to pick.
i say a am i right?
Use the intercept equation to find out what the (X,Y) coordinance are.
and i got a
Okay, let me check.
the answer should be c
for the first one the slop of the line is 3x meaning when x = 0 y=-6 the starting point
is it c whpalmer4?
i really thought it was a
the second one tells you that the y intercept (starting point) is -7
I got A
the third one requires you to solve fort y
The starting value of the function, what does that mean, exactly? If we are given a table of values which suggest an equation, is the starting value the first value in the table, or what?
the y intercept will be 5
the last one shows that the y intercept is 4
Ya know there is a neater way to write that?
is this it?
out of all of them 5 is the highest starting value
again, what is the meaning of "starting value"?
oh u know what it may be b
the starting value is the number it starts with right?
@David_Tenant sorry about the horrible writting
the equation option isn't working for me right now
@Johan14th I am not saying it is horrible, but there is a...oh
i mean c not b
Okay i am going with c any final thoughts???
When I calculated C I got 2.5 for Y
The number it starts with... what number does \(y=4x-7\) start with?
that is my perspective on the answer. Im taking the "starting value" to mean the y intercept.
i mean y
hmmmm... i will double check my math
I can see an argument for saying that the \(y\) intercept value is the starting value, but only if the function has a domain that does not include negative numbers... And even if we do buy that definition, if we have a table of values to represent a function, and that table does not include \(x=0\), I'm not sure there is any validity to speaking of a \(y\)-intercept, either. Poorly written problem, in my opinion.
i will just go with c @whpalmer4
i have one more question that needs checking and that is it (unless i fail lol)
@David_Tenant , how old r u?
@souleaterz Eh, a good nine-thousand years. I am a time lord. We live a long time-time lords.
@souleaterz On a serious note I am older the 13 younger then 18. That should be good enough.
lolz because i see u like doctor who