OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) (03.03 MC) The equation below represents Function A and the graph represents Function B: Function A f(x) = 6x – 1 Function B graph of line going through ordered pairs 1, 4 and negative 1, negative 2 and negative 2, negative 5 Which equation best compares the slopes of the two functions? Slope of Function B = 2 x Slope of Function A. Slope of Function A = Slope of Function B Slope of Function A = 2 x Slope of Function B Slope of Function B = – Slope of Function A

2 years ago
OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

i think that its c but im super unsure

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OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

who ever helps i will give a medal out to

2 years ago
OpenStudy (kiwibyrd):

first you have to find the slope of both functions. have you done that?

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OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

kind of

2 years ago
OpenStudy (kiwibyrd):

kind of?

2 years ago
OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

yeah i got the first one but cant get the second one

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OpenStudy (kiwibyrd):

go to mathway.com and enter your two points in like (a,a) (a,a)

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OpenStudy (therawbugeyes):

um wait wouldnt it be D actually

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