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If f(x) is a linear function, which statement must be true? f(x) has no constant term. f(x) has no x2-term. f(x) has no terms with a coefficient other than 1. f(x) has no x-term.

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Curtis Rhodes on August 29, 2018

The standard equation of a linear function is given by: Where, m: slope of the line b: cut-off point with the y-axis (constant term) x: independent variable (grade 1 in the exponent) f (x): dependent variable The values of m can be all real numbers, The values of b can be all real numbers Answer: A statement that must be true is: f (x) has not x2 term.


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