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Which function is represented by the graph below?
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Linear y = mx + b
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Power y = ax
^{2}
+ b
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Power y = a√
x
+ b
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Inverse: Either y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
^{2}
or y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
Which function is represented by the graph below?
?
Linear y = mx + b
?
Power y = ax
^{2}
+ b
?
Power y = a√
x
+ b
?
Inverse: Either y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
^{2}
or y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
Which function is represented by the graph below?
?
Linear y = mx + b
?
Power y = ax
^{2}
+ b
?
Power y = a√
x
+ b
?
Inverse: Either y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
^{2}
or y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
Which function is represented by the graph below?
?
Linear y = mx + b
?
Power y = ax
^{2}
+ b
?
Power y = a√
x
+ b
?
Inverse: Either y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
^{2}
or y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
Which function is represented by the graph below?
?
Linear y = mx + b
?
Power y = ax
^{2}
+ b
?
Power y = a√
x
+ b
?
Inverse: Either y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
^{2}
or y=
^{a}
/
_{x}
What is the "science" equation for this graph?
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What is the "science" equation for this graph?
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What is the "science" equation for this graph?
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What is the "science" equation for this graph?
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Below is a graph from some data. Which answer will give you a linear relationship? Look at the axes on the answers.
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Below is a graph from some data. Which answer will give you a linear relationship? Look at the axes on the answers.
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