Is this mathematically correct.

Calculus
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A government official states:

F(x)=3x grows three times faster than g(x)=x, explain weather this is mathematically correct. 

EXPLAIN WHY!!!

Aug 12th, 2015

F(x)=3x grows three times faster than g(x)=x

The statement is correct mathematically,

Because when we can see that F(x)=3x grows three times faster than g(x)=x, because 3 is multiplied to F(x), which makes it greater than g(x).

For example, if we put 1 in place of x, then

F(1) = 3(1)            g(1) = 1

F(1) = 3                 g(1) = 1

Hence we can see that F(x) is three more than g(x).

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