# Functions

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If the rule is b=a-6,then is this right?

a b
-2 -4
2 -4
6 0
10 4

It would help 1,000,000s.

• Functions -

yes EXCEPT the top one
-2 - 6 = -8

• Functions -

Ok. Thanks!! :]

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