Get the Math and Points! Aug 2018 CC Alg I Regents #11

Aug 2018 11

Whenever there is a y-intercept, x = 0
For f(x), where is the y-intercept? Look at the y-axis — where does it cross?
For g(x), substitute in x = 0, so g(0) = 3^0 + 2
For h(x), look at the table for when x = 0.
Then compare these y-intercepts with one another.
Which is the greatest?









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