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    Linear Functions and Change; Need help!



    I need help on part a.

    I know how to find the rate of change and use the formula, but what gets me stuck is that they didn't give me the g(x) in this case. How am I suppose to find an estimate it? Thank you.
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    The question gave you the function g(x) in its geometrical form (the graph), and it wants you to use the graph to estimate the outputs of the function. From the graph, g(0) \approx 0 and g(4) \approx 2 :

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    Thank you so much for your help. I was stuck on that problem for quite a well. I didn't know if I had to find the asymptote of the line g(x) in order to solve this problem. But now I can see it is much more simple than it looks.
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