On most state highways, the fine for speeding depends on the speed of the car. In a certain state, suppose the fine as a function of the number of...
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1. On most state highways, the fine for speeding depends on the speed of the car. In a certain state, suppose
the fine as a function of the number of miles per hour over the speed limit is f(x). The graph of this
function is shown below.
Fine as a function of number of mph over speed
limit
10
20
15
Consider the following scenarios.
The state determines that the fine at every speed
The state determines that the fines at every speed
should go up by $50.
should be twice the regular fine in construction
zones.
Write a function in terms of f (x) (i.e. likey = -2f (x - 70))
y
Draw the new function on top of the given image.
Note that not all of your graph may not fit on the provided axes.
Fine as a function of number of mph over speed
Fine as a function of number of mph over speed
limit
limit
5250
$200
15
25
15

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