# math

Copy each equation in Exercises 31–33. Replace the boldface italic
letter with a number that shows the relationship indicated in the
table. Then copy each table and complete it by using the corresponding
equation.

32. y= -x+b

x y B
1 0 1
2 -1 1
8 -7 1
10 ?
20 ?
40 ?

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1. b=32

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posted by Jessie

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