MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# This table shows input and output values for a linear function f(x) .What is the positive difference of outputs for any two inputs that are three values apart?Enter your answer in the box.x f(x)-3 -1.5 -2 -1-1 -0.50 01 0.52 13 1.5

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A:

If you observer the value of x=0 and x=1, you can conclude that every 1 value of x increased, the f(x) will be increased by 0.5. The graph function should be:

f(x)= x/2

A positive difference means that the value should be always positive. To find 3 the positive difference of f(x) with 3 values of x apart, let use x=0 and x=0+3= 3. The difference would be:

f(x+3) - f(x)

f(3)- f(0)=

1.5 - 0= 1.5

The answer would be: 1.5

f(x)= x/2

A positive difference means that the value should be always positive. To find 3 the positive difference of f(x) with 3 values of x apart, let use x=0 and x=0+3= 3. The difference would be:

f(x+3) - f(x)

f(3)- f(0)=

1.5 - 0= 1.5

The answer would be: 1.5