# Algebra

the table shows the height of a plant as it grows. which equation in point-slope form gives the plant's height at any time?

Time)months)
2
4
6
8

Plant height (cm)
18
36
54
72

a.y+18=9(x+2)
b.y-18=9x+2
c.y-18=9(x-2)
d.the relationship is nonlinear

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1. slope = (72-18)/8-2) = 54/6 = 9
9 = (y-18)/(x-2)
so
y-18 = 9(x-2)

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2. what if hight was 8,15,22,29

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3. ur from connections and this is against the rules. im telling judge judy

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4. you're SOOO scary

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5. spend your time doing something more productive rather then snitching to teachers about "cheating" like a child

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6. its too late, he snitched on us to judge judy

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7. who's judge Judy

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8. yall do realize he had to have searched up the question to find it... :O
which is how he knew it was from connections... :O

although other schools use connexus too but still

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9. muahaha

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10. awesome but when is the answer

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11. snitches get stitches mmmhm

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12. WHAT THE HECK IS THE FRICKEN ANSWER?!

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