Looking at the graph, we can see that the point of intersection is approximately at (1.5 , 2). Using this estimate, we can say that the best answer to the problem is option C, or (2 , 2).

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r = 4, as each term divided by the previous term is 4.

f(-3) = -2(-3) + 5

f(-3) = 6 + 5

f(-3) = 11

f(0) = -2(0) + 5

f(0) = 0 + 5

f(0) = 5

f(¼) = -2(¼) + 5

f(¼) = -0.5 + 5

f(¼) = 4.5

Sequence three has a common difference of 4, as it is an arithmetic sequence and 4 is the constant amount of change between the numbers in the sequence.

Domain:

{-3, 0, 2, 9, 23}

Range:

{14, 7, 0, -18, -99}

The first set of ordered pairs is not a function. In a function, an input cannot have more than one output. However, one of the inputs in the first set, 3, is paired with two outputs, 1 and 2.

The numbers are ordered from least to greatest in this order:

-0.123, -0.0123, 0.112233, 0.1223, 0.123, 1/8 (or 0.125), and 0.13.

The sum of the second and sixth numbers, -0.0123 and 1/8, is 0.1127. So, 0.1127 is the answer.

The problem can be rewritten as 6/3, or 2. So, the answer to the problem is 2.