MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# when the value of a dependant variable decreases at the independent variable increases the function is said to be.....what makes this true

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A:

When the value of a dependent variable decreases as the value of an independent variable increases, the function is said to be a decreasing function.

If we graph such a function, as x goes from 0 to the right (getting larger), the y value will decrease; we would be able to physically see the graph decrease.

If we graph such a function, as x goes from 0 to the right (getting larger), the y value will decrease; we would be able to physically see the graph decrease.