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Domain: {4,-1,3,-2}

Range: {3,4,-2,1}

Step-by-step explanation:

Domain is input value of function where function is well defined.

Range is output value of function.

For coordinate (x,y).

Domain : x and Range: y

We are given coordinates {(4, 3), (-1, 4), (3, -2), (-2, 1)}

first value of coordinate shows domain and second value shows range.

Domain: {4,-1,3,-2}

Range: {3,4,-2,1}

These points show in a table, a graph and a mapping (please take a look with attachment)

[tex]Algebra 1 grade 9 can anyone me with this algebra 1 math question soon as possible? express {(4,[/tex]

12

Step-by-step explanation:

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Explanation:

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answer:

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step-by-step explanation:

2 (6 x+6)= ?

12 x+ 12=

12 x= -12

x= -1

So first you take what is outside the "( )" and you multiply it with what's in the "( )" so that gave us 12 because 2*6= 12.

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Step-by-step explanation:

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Explanation:

p = total # of pages

2/5p + 32 = 310 (She read 2/5 of the book, read an addition of 32 pages, and she read a total of 310 pages.) Subtract 32 on both sides

2/5p = 278 (multiply each side by 5/2 to get p by itself)

p = 695

Given statement is "Alex rode a bike 60 miles in 4 hours. For 5 minutes of the ride, he rode at 12 miles per hour."

There are four numbers used in above statement 60, 4, 5, 12.

Now we have to find about which number related to Alex's bike ride represents a constant rate of change.

Constant rate of change also means speed. So basically we have to choose that numbers which represents speed of Alex's bike.

Since speed is "12 miles per hour", Hence final answer is 12.

1. 8x+56

2. 5x-50

3. 66+6x

4. 3(4+12)

5. 2(8+10)

Hope this helped!!