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0=1/2x+y find x intercept and y intercept
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Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Rewrite the equation in the form y=mx + b, where m is the slop and b is the y intercept. To find the x intercept just solve for x with y being 0. when you rewrite the equation you get 0=1/2(x) + Y, bring the y to the other side and now you have -y=1/2(x) now divide off the neg sign and you will end up with y= -1/2(x), notice there is no b in this equation so the y intercept is at 0, if you set x to zero (which is where the y intercept would be you get y=0) now set y =0 and you get 0=-1/2x divide off the -1/2 and you get x=0. So this line goes through the origin and the x and y intercepts are both zero. The slope of the line is -1/2 so it decrease going from left to right.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
1) A car has a value of $25,000 when purchased. It depreciates at a rate of $1,500 per year for the first five years.
a) Write a function ff to approximate the value of the car for the years .
b) Use that function to find the value of the car at the end of three years.
a)the function is f(t)
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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