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For graphs what does a direct, inverse, linear and power relationships mean?

  • Math -

    direct: y = a x
    inverse: y = a/x
    linear: y = mx + b
    power: y = a x^n

    a, b, m and n are constants

  • Algebra 2 -

    why do we say that the x-axis is the input and the y-axis is the output?

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