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As the man walks up the mountain, his weight decreases slightly, because he's moving farther away from the center of the Earth, so the gravitational forces between him and the earth are decreasing slightly.
The man is sweating bullets, and maybe losing a little bit of body mass from the extreme exertion. (I know I sure would.) But as far as gravity is concerned, his mass (matter) is not changing. Gravity has no effect on mass.
because it says use -2,0,and 2 for x, we can plug those numbers into the equation. y/4=3/4(-2)+2 y/4= -1 1/2 +2 now to get x by itself, we can multiply each side by 4. y=-6+8 which equals y=2 when x=-2. now you can do the same thing with 0 and 2 as x. you get y=8 when x=0 and y=14 when x=2.
x | y
-2 | 2
0 | 8
2 | 14