Kelly P.

asked • 08/22/15

Which of the following represents the graph of f(x) = 2x + 3 ?

Which of the following represents the graph of f(x) = 2x + 3 ?
Select one:
A. graph begins in the second quadrant near the line equals negative 3 and increases slowly while crossing the ordered pair 0, negative 2. The graph then begins to increase quickly throughout the first quadrant.
B. graph begins in the second quadrant near the axis and increases slowly while crossing the ordered pair 3, 1. The graph then begins to increase quickly throughout the first quadrant.
C. graph begins in the second quadrant near the axis and increases slowly while crossing the ordered pair negative 3, 1. The graph then begins to increase quickly while entering the first quadrant.
D. graph begins in the second quadrant near the line y equals 3 and increases slowly while crossing the ordered pair 0, 4. The graph then begins to increase quickly while entering the first quadrant.

1 Expert Answer

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Michael J. answered • 08/22/15

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