Q. 2 B5.0( 3 Votes )

From the graph, find the value of P, when

(i) (ii) (iii)

Answer :

(i) Our point C to be plotted lies on function P = 4x.

Here, first plotting P = 4x.


Here, x = 3.


Now for abscissa equal to 3, we plot the point on P = 4x, ie P = 4 × 3 = 12


Hence, the value of P is 12


(ii) Our point D to be plotted lies on function P = 4x.


Here, first plotting P = 4x.


Here, x = 4.


Now for abscissa equal to 4, we plot the point on P = 4x, ie P = 4 × 4 = 16


Hence, the value of P is 16


(iii) Our point E to be plotted lies on function P = 4x.


Here, first plotting P = 4x.


Here, x = 6.


Now for abscissa equal to 6, we plot the point on P = 4x, ie P = 4 × 6 = 24


Hence, the value of P is 24


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