<u>**Given**</u>:

Given that the three functions f(x), g(x) and h(x)

We need to determine the function that has the greatest y -intercept.

<u>**The y - intercept of f(x):**</u>

The function f(x) is

To determine the y - intercept let us substitute x = 0 in the function.

Thus, we have;

The **y - intercept of f(x) is 5.**

<u>**The y - intercept of g(x):**</u>

From the figure, the value of y when x = 0 is 2.

Thus, the** y - intercept of g(x) is 2.**

<u>**The y - intercept of h(x):**</u>

The function h(x) is

To determine the y - intercept, let us substitute x = 0 in the function.

Thus, we have;

Thus, the **y - intercept of h(x) is -2.**

Hence, the **function that has the greatest y - intercept is f(x).**

**Thus, Option a is the correct answer.**

**That's basically any number that's larger than 3/4.**

**4/4**

**73/6**

**9/9**

**11/12**

**etc.**

98+(3x-17)=180

81+3x=180

180-81=3x

3x=99

x=33

**Answer:**

is one equivalent ratio

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given the ratio

← in simplest form

Then to obtain equivalent ratios

Multiply the numerator/ denominator by the same value, that is

=

**Answer:30%**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

GAIN = 156- 120=$ 36

% GAIN =

=

=30%