# math function rule input/output

posted by Anonymous

during a 10 hr train trip the distance you travel equals 45 miles per hour the number t of hours spent traveling

The distance travelled is speed x time.

Your question seems to be stated incorrectly. You say the travel time in the begining of the sentence and then ask for what it is at the end.

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1. Anonymous

during a 10 hour train trip the distance you travel equal 45 miles per hour times the number of hours spent traveling

2. kierra johnson

how in the world do you do you do input and output????????????????????

3. John

what is the function rule for the table

4. godlover

c+7

5. rick

how do you figure out and what is the easiest way to teach it.

6. Derek

Input 17 28 47 50 54 63 71
Output 59 48 29 26 22 13 5

7. jaya

need help doing my homework

8. shatorian

can u help me

9. ty'lia

how do u do input/output......

10. mohan

input output
5 4
10 5
15 6
20 7
25 8
30 9

11. yoyoyoyo

oyoyoyyoyooy

12. Anonymous

input
5
2
-1

13. kenyarda

can you get 7 input and 7 output

14. carlos morquecho

input output
1.50 blank
\$2.75 \$5.75
\$3.35 blank
\$4.50 \$7.50

15. Janet Payne

How do i explain the input and output rule

16. Remy

Then subtract 7
Input. Output
3.
8
7

17. Anonymous

input 2,6,7,10 output 3,19,23,35

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