Clothing donations are collected to a family in need. the function g(x) represents the number of items collected where x is the number of people who donated. does a possible solution of (60, 10) make sense for this function? explain your answer.

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Clothing donations are collected to a family in need. the function g(x) represents the number of items collected where x is the number of people who donated. does a possible solution of (60, 10) make sense for this function? explain your answer.

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Step-by-step explanation:

If someone has donated, they must have given at least one item. How can the items be less than the people?!

NO. The output is not feasible.

Step-by-step explanation: I took it on FLVS