A fish tank has 35 gallons of water in it, but suddenly starts leaking. Water is leaking from the tank at a rate of 1/4 gallon per minute.

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A fish tank has 35 gallons of water in it, but suddenly starts leaking. Water is leaking from the tank at a rate of 1/4 gallon per minute.

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35 - m

Step-by-step explanation:

A tank containing 35 gallons of water is leaking at a rate of gallon per minute.

"m" represents the number of minutes spent

Number of gallons left in the tank = initial amount of water present – leaked amount of water

Number of gallons of water left = 35 gallons – number of minutes spent rate of leakage.

Number of gallons of water left = 35 gallons – m minutes 1 gallons per minute

answer: finding the extract measurements and knowing the points

step-by-step explanation:

d. 9

step-by-step explanation:

in the table given in the picture, x is the input of the function and f(x) is the output on the given input. in the given table, it can be read as the value of function at -3 is it's respective value of f(x) which is -9.

as we have to find the value of f(3), we will see that what is the value of output on input 3. we can see in the table that the output value at x=3 is 9.

so, option d is the correct answer ..

[tex]The table represents a function f(x). what is f(3)? a.-9 b.-1 c.1 d.9[/tex]