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Question

Function A and Function B are linear functions. Fu...

Function A and Function B are linear functions. 

Function \( A \) : \( y = \frac { 5 } { 3 } x + 2\) 

Function \(B\) : \(\begin{array}{|c|c|c|c|} \hline x&- 9&6&9\\ \hline y&- 2&3&4\\ \hline \end{array}\)

Which statement is true? 

(A). The \( y \) -value of Function A when \( x = - 6 \) is greater than the \( y \) -value of Function B when \( x = - 6\) 

(B). The \( y \) -value of Function A when \( x = - 6 \) is less than the \( y \) -value of Function B when \( x = - 6 \) . 

Answer

option "B" is correct

Solution
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