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Question 1(multiple choice worth 4 points) (04.05) the graph shows kendra's morning run: a graph is shown with the title kendra's run. the x-axis is labeled time running, and the y-axis is labeled distance run. segment a begins at the origin and continues upward until x equals 0.2. segment b begins at x equals 0.2 and continues upward at a faster rate until x equals 0.75. segment c is a horizontal line from x equals 0.75 until x equals 0.8. segment d moves in an upward direction until x equals 1.5 which interval on the graph shows kendra stopping to tie her shoes and stretch? a b c d question 2(multiple choice worth 4 points) (04.05) camryn ran for 13 minutes, walked for 17 minutes, ran for another 13 minutes, and then sat down and stretched in place for 17 minutes. her total distance traveled is a function of time. which graph most accurately represents this scenario? a graph is shown with a starting point at the origin. the x-axis is labeled time (in hours), and the y-axis is labeled total distance (in miles.) the graph moves upward, then at 0.25 hours moves up at a slower pace until it reaches 0.5, where it moves up at a fast pace again before changing to a horizontal line from 0.75 to 1 a graph is shown with a starting point at 0 comma 1.2. the axis is labeled time (in hours) and the y-axis is labeled total distance (in miles). the graph is horizontal until x equals 0.25 hours, then moves downward to 0.5. from 0.5 to 0.75, the graph moves upward quickly, before continuing down to touch the x axis at x equals 1 a graph is shown with a starting point at the origin. the axis is labeled time (in hours) and the y-axis is labeled total distance (in miles). the graph moves upward quickly until 0.25 hours, then is a horizontal line until 0.5 hours. from 0.5 to .075 hours, the graph moves upward, and from 0.75 to 1 hour, it moves upwards at a faster rate a graph is shown with a starting point at the origin. the axis is labeled time (in hours) and the y-axis is labeled total distance (in miles). the graph moves upward until 0.25 hours, then is a horizontal line until 0.5 hours. from 0.5 to 0.75 hours, it moves downward slowly, and from 0.75 to 1 hour, it moves down until it touches the x=axis question 3(multiple choice worth 4 points) (04.05) which description best describes the graph? a graph is shown. the line begins at the origin and moves in a downward curve through the points 1 comma -1, 2 comma -3, and so on linear increasing linear decreasing nonlinear increasing nonlinear decreasing question 4(multiple choice worth 4 points) (04.05) which section of the function is decreasing? a graph is shown. segment a is a horizontal line beginning at the y-axis. segment b moves upward. segment c is a horizontal line. segment d moves downward a b c d question 5(multiple choice worth 4 points) (04.05) which of the following is true about a linear function? it may curve in some parts and be horizontal in others. it must cross the origin. it has a constant rate of change. it must contain only positive values.   Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:10, lulustar13
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Percent increase and decrease. original number: 45 new number: 18
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