A fish is swimming at a constant rate toward the ocean floor. The equation y = -7x -3 can be used to represent this situation,

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A fish is swimming at a constant rate toward the ocean floor. The equation

y = -7x -3 can be used to represent this situation, where y is the depth of the fish in meters below sea level and x is the number of seconds the fish has been swimming.

Which statement best describes the depth of this fish, given this equation? (DOK 3)

A
From a starting position of 3 meters below sea level, the fish is going down( descending) 7 meters per second

B
From a starting position of 7 meters below sea level, the fish is ascending 3 meters per second

C
From a starting position of 7 meters below sea level, the fish is descending 3 meters per second

D
From a starting position of 3 meters below sea level, the fish is ascending 7 meters per second

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Thiên Ân 2 months 2021-08-22T11:25:24+00:00 1 Answers 2 views 0

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    2021-08-22T11:27:20+00:00

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    Step-by-step explanation: the -7x represents the  7 meters the fish is going down every second and the -3 would be the fish starting at 3 meter below sea level

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