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Determine the increase of the function y=4x−5 when the argument changes from x1=2 to x2=3

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Answer: 4
Step by Step solution:
when x1 =2, y = 4(2) - 5 = 3
when x2 = 3, y = 4(3) - 5 = 7
Increase = 4

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