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Good morning. I have a question that I'm stuck on. I need to determine if the relationship represented is linear and if it is, then I need to write an equation for it. Help is deeply appreciated.
For x- 2,4,7,10,12,20
For y- 5,7,10,13,15,23

  • math/linear equation -

    Did you notice that your y values are each 3 more than the x values.

    writing that in "math" would say ...
    y = x+3

  • math/linear equation -

    Yes, you are right! Thank you

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