Which statement best describes the function h(t) = 210 – 15t?

a h is the function name; h(t) is the input, or independent variable; and t is the output, or dependent variable.

b h is the function name; t is the input, or independent variable; and h(t) is the output, or dependent variable.

c t is the function name; h(t) is the input, or independent variable; and h is the output, or dependent variable.

d t is the function name; h is the input, or independent variable; and h(t) is the output, or dependent variable.

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2015-05-15T21:13:43+08:00

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The answer is b.  

h is the function name; t is the input and h(t) is the output.

The function name is the one outside the parentheses, the input is inside and the output is the whole function.
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2015-05-16T11:13:35+08:00

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The answer is b because first of all, if u read h(x) its h of x, t is the input of the function simply inside, then h(t) is the output of the equation and the dependent one because the value of t depends on the right side of the equation and h(t) is the outside part or simply when u see functions, the f(x), g(x), etc are always alone, because if there are numbers beside the f(x), etc, they are not considered as a function.

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