algebra: functions

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what would be the rule for this??

m n
15 12
10 8
5 4
0 0

Much appericiated

  • algebra: functions -

    Try m = (5/4)n

    Put in the n values and see if you do get the m values.

  • algebra: functions -

    hat do you mean [5/4]???

  • algebra: functions -

    I mean what

  • algebra: functions -

    (5/4)(12) = 5*3 = 15

    (5/4)(8) = 5*2 = 10

    etc

  • algebra: functions -

    means to multiply the numbers n by the fraction 5/4

    Take 12 that would be 12 times 5/4 which is 60/4 =15

  • algebra: functions -

    OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I get it. Thanks a mil. guys!!!!!! U R THE BEST!!!!!!!!!

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