Let x be the number of years that have passed since 1900 (at 1900, x = 0). Let y be the total meters of erosion. Write an equation in terms of x and y to represent the erosion at any point between 1900 and 1905.

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Let x be the number of years that have passed since 1900 (at 1900, x = 0). Let y be the total meters of erosion. Write an equation in terms of x and y to represent the erosion at any point between 1900 and 1905.

y = x

Explanation:

Looking at the graph, we can retrieve two coordinates from the range we are given: (0, 0) and (5, 5). Because 1900 is the starting x-coordinate of the graph, we can represent it at 0.

You can find the slope of this equation using this formula:

[tex]\frac{y2-y1}{x2-x1} \\\\\frac{5-0}{5-0}[/tex]

Your slope is equal to 5/5, or 1.

Because the function's y-intercept is equal to 0, there is no need to add anything to the function.

y=1.16xExplanation:

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y=1.16x

Explanation:

y=1.16x

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