Hi! I made this account two minutes ago because if I tank this miderm I'll die. The gist of it is this: I've got two problems where I'm given the slope of a a line tangent to a function and its location on the x-axis, and from there I'm meant to somehow find the original function the line itself tangent to. I've looked at this from every angle I can (keep in mind that this is not that many angles, I am not very smart), and either I'm reading the question wrong or I'm being given an impossible task. Here's the verbatim text:

*Consider a function *f*. The line L _{1} with equation y =3x+1 is a tangent to the graph of *f

ij7346 Sep 30, 2020