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The equation below represents Function A and the graph represents Function B:Function Af(x) = −2x + 10Function B (Attached)Slope of Function B =is 2x slope of function ASlope of Function A = Slope of function BSlope of Function A=2x slope of function BSlope of Function B=-slope of function A

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Answer:Slope of Function B=-slope of function AStep-by-step explanation:we know thatThe slope of the function A is equal to [tex]mA=-2[/tex]Find the slope of the function BThe formula to calculate the slope between two points is equal to [tex]m=\frac{y2-y1}{x2-x1}[/tex] we have [tex]A(1,-1)\ B(2,1)[/tex]  -----> see the graphSubstitute the values [tex]mB=\frac{1+1}{2-1}[/tex] [tex]mB=2[/tex] therefore[tex]mB=-mA[/tex]