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If h(x) is a linear function, where
h( – 2) =
determine the slope-intercept equation
for h(x), then find h(9).
3, and h(3) = 5,
The equation of the line is:
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h(9) =
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If g(x) is a linear function, where
g( – 5) = 5, and g(1)
determine the slope-intercept equation
for g(x), then find g(5).
- 5,
The equation of the line is:
Preview
Preview
g(5) =
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If h(x) is a linear function, where h( – 2) = determine the slope-intercept equation for h(x), then find h(9). 3, and h(3) = 5, The equation of the line is: Preview h(9) = Preview If g(x) is a linear function, where g( – 5) = 5, and g(1) determine the slope-intercept equation for g(x), then find g(5). - 5, The equation of the line is: Preview Preview g(5) =

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Given that h(x) is a linear function.

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Now for g(...

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