# 01.

03 Module One Quiz

five instead dividing it on the 6th step. If they instead do the operations given they
should end with the answer of two for x.

2.- I tried to explain the Martians about the functions by going into an ice-cream shop.
The price for the cups varied with their sizes so I a gave the Martians three pennies and
told them they are going to pay in the same check because there were a lot of people
and we didn´t want to waste time. To be equal they had to have the same size of cup.So
I wrote an equation to find the total cost of the order.
It was : f(x)= 2x - 3
I explain that the x represented the cost per cup, the two represented the two cups and
the three represented the money I lend them.

3.- They ask me if my function was a legitimate function, I answered them that as long
as the total cost of ice-cream is never the same for the different cup sizes, I will always
have a function.

4.- The medium cup was 3 pennies, so i told them to plug the 3 pennies in the x and
solve the equation:
f(x)=2(3)-3 multiply the two with the three and then subtract the answer by three
the total cost gave us three pennies.

5.- They challenge me and told me to find a function when the total cost was the
opposite to the equation I wrote. So I told them to switch the y with the x and then leave
the y alone by adding the 3 in both sides and dividing the 2 in both sides:
y= 2 x - 3
x=2y-3
(x+3)/2 = x

6.- As the global warming was an issue the “tax of cooling” per person.
The tax was 4 pennies.
And there were two persons
h(x)= 4x
h(2)=4(2)

Then they ask me whether f(h(x)) and h(f(x)) will always result in the same number.
f(h(x))= 2(4x) - 3
h(f(x))= 2(2x - 3)
I told them that because we where modifying the behavior of the final equation the result