Suppose that f(x)= 3x +5 and g(x) = -2x+15.a). Solve f(x)=0b)Solve f(x) < 0c) Solve...

Francisco Proctor

Francisco Proctor

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2022-07-25

Suppose that f(x)= 3x +5 and g(x) = -2x+15.
a). Solve f(x)=0
b)Solve f(x) < 0
c) Solve f (x)= g(x)
d) Solve f(x) greater than or equal to g(x)
e)Graph y=f(x) and y= g (x) and label the point thatrespresents the solution to the equeation f(x)=g(x).

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Kali Galloway

Kali Galloway

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2022-07-26Added 16 answers

a.) 3x+5=0
3x = -5
x = -5/3
b.)3x + 5 < 0
3x < -5
x < -5/3
c.) 3x + 5 = -2x + 15
3x = -2x +10
5x = 10
x = 2
d.) 3x + 5 -2x + 15
5x 10
x 2
e.) find slope of each equation and the y-intercept then graph eachequation then find where the graphs intersect. It will be atpoint (2, 11) as found in letter C.

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