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## Thomas counts the number of cars he sees in the parking lot of the school each hour of the day. He counted the following number of cars the

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Thomas counts the number of cars he sees in the parking lot of the school each hour of the day. He counted the following number of cars the first four hours of the day.

•12 cars the first hour

•24 cars the second hour

•36 cars the third hour

•48 cars the fourth hour

What is true of the function Thomas wrote that represents the number of cars as a function of the number of hours, h? Select all that apply.

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I can’t answer this question without Thomas’ function and the answer choice, I’m sorry I couldn’t help further

Every hour = +12 cars

I don’t know if you’re asking that?? I can’t really understand.