The table of values represents the function g(x) and the graph shows the function f(x)f(x).

skye25 Jan 31, 2019

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max(g(x)) = 4 and max(f(x)) = 2, so the **first** statement is **true**.

One of the x-intercepts of g(x) is 5, while one of the x-intercetps of f(x) is also 5, so the **second** statement is **true**.

When x=0, g(x) = 3 and f(x) = -1. That means the y-intercept of f(x) is smaller than that of g(x). That means the **third** statement is **false**.

f(x) has 2 x-intercepts, while g(x) also has 2 x-intercepts. Therefore the **fourth** statement is **false**.

Conclusion: Only the **first** and the **second** statements are **true**.

MaxWong Feb 1, 2019