Construct a quadrilateral .ABCD in which AB equal to 5•8,BC equal to 4•2,angle A =70 degree,angle B=110 degree and angle C=105 degree

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Construct a quadrilateral .ABCD in which AB equal to 5•8,BC equal to 4•2,angle A =70 degree,angle B=110 degree and angle C=105 degree

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    represents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Forepresents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Forepresents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7represents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Forepresents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Forepresents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Forepresents a linear function. Which of these points could also be an ordered pair in the table, and why?

    x:

    0

    3

    6

    9

    12

    y:

    3

    7

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Fo

    11

    15

    19

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (18, 27), because the rate of change of the function is Four-thirds

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Three-fourths

    (27, 18), because the rate of change of the function is Fo

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