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Where does the reciprocal function of f(x)=3-x increase? 

 

{x|x>3, x e R} 

{x|x<3, x e R} 

{x|x e R} 

{x|x can't equal 3, x e R} 

 

I thought it was the last option, am I correct?

Julius  Nov 15, 2017
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I don't think f(x)=3-x  is a reciprocal function. 
I'm pretty sure it is a linear function.

Gh0sty15  Nov 16, 2017

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