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# What the hecker nuggets?

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Graph f and h. f(x) = x h(x)=13x+1

pls help solve this

Oct 28, 2019

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f(x)  =  x h(x)  =  13x + 1

By the transitive property of equality,

f(x)  =  13x + 1

Here is the graph of  f:  https://www.desmos.com/calculator/gmr9uc3oer

x h(x)  =  13x + 1     Divide both sides of this equation by  x

h(x)  =  13 + 1/x

Here is the graph of  h:  https://www.desmos.com/calculator/bbndyocwqm

*edit* Now I realize this answer is probably totally wrong, but I will leave it anyway...LOL

Oct 28, 2019
edited by hectictar  Oct 28, 2019
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well i don't really know what you mean by that OP but you should think of f(x) and h(x) in terms of y!

remember y=mx+b or in other words slope intercept form

you should use that method and graph normally

for ex: ill do the first one f(x)=x

remember!! we think in terms of y!
so......
f(x)=x would be the same as y = x

now let's evalute our question:

hmmm doesn't seem like it states the y intercept, so we are gonna plot our y intercept as (0,0) because when they don't "say" the y intercept so basically we are saying y=x+0

and now let's do our slope
well it seems like you have a slope of wait wait!? x? no.....

note that when they say x it means 1/1x so you would have your rise as 1 and your run as 1 as well and once you have that! you can graph your line :D

now.... what if they said y=-x?

well no problem!! it would be -1/1x

:))

im going to leave the other to you to solve now, and i hope this helped you in some way !! :))

Oct 29, 2019
edited by Nirvana  Oct 29, 2019
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What the hecker nuggests nice job Hectictar and Nirvana!

Oct 29, 2019
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thanks CU!! :DD

Nirvana  Oct 29, 2019
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Sorry to interrupt- did you say Hecker Nuggets?

tommarvoloriddle  Oct 29, 2019