Hi. Please, explain the solution to this question:

If the slope of a linear equation f(x) is 2 and the y intercept is -2, then what is the y intercept of 3f(x-2)-3

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# If the slope of a linear equation f(x) is 2 and the y intercept is -2, then what is the y intercept of 3f(x-2)-3

# Hi. Please can you explain test 3,section 4, number 35? Thank you

# Hi. Can you explain test 6, section 4, number 14. Thanks.

# Hi. Please, can you explain test 6, section 4, question 19? Thanks

# Hi. Please, can you explain test 6,section 3,number 14.

Hi. Please, explain the solution to this question:

If the slope of a linear equation f(x) is 2 and the y intercept is -2, then what is the y intercept of 3f(x-2)-3

Hi. Please can you explain test 3,section 4, number 35? Thank you

Hi. Can you explain test 6, section 4, number 14. Thanks.

Hi. Please, can you explain test 6, section 4, question 19? Thanks

Hi. Please, can you explain test 6,section 3,number 14. I get confused by “at least twice as many containers of detergents as many softeners.” I was thinking it was 2d< or = s. Please explain why it is not so. Thanks