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  1. #1 Function and Geometry [Eleventh Grade] Homework Help 
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    The function defined on R by f(x)= (2/3)x+2

    And cf his graphic representation in an orthonormal mark (o; i; j)

    On the X axis, we consider points A, B and H of respective abscissas 3, -3 and x (x belongs R)

    Or C the point of Cf of the same abscissa as A and M the point of Cf of abscissa x


    1°) Make the complete figure ?

    2°) Calculate the distances AH and MH according to x and by means of the absolute values ?

    3°) To determine for which value (s) of x the areas of triangles CHA and MOB is equal ?


    Please Anyone for help me, Can you draw this graphic please please and represents all points A B H M and C


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    Is cf the name of a line between points c and f?

    I don't understand this part of your statement:
    Quote Originally Posted by shawqidu19
    And cf his graphic representation..
    Would an orthonormal mark be a position where two lines intersect? If so, then would (o; i; j) be a coordinate set in 3 dimensional space?

    In this statement:
    Quote Originally Posted by shawqidu19
    we consider points A, B and H of respective abscissas 3, -3 and x (x belongs R)
    would this mean that we have three lines, y=3, y=-3, y=x where x is a constant?

    The way this is written seems confusing to me.


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