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Write a linear function that satisfies the given conditions:

f(0)=12, F(3)= -2

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    through points (0,12) and (3,-2)

    m = slope = (-2 - 12)/ (3-0) = -14/3

    12 = (-14/3)(0) + b
    b = 12

    y = (-14/3) x + 12
    or
    3 y = -14 x + 36

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