If the graph of f(x) has point (2,7) then what is one point that will be on the graph of f ¯¹(x)?
hint... f-1(f(x)) = x, f(x) = y
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For questions 1 and 2, use integer values of x from –3 to 3 to graph the equation.
. Choose the description for graphing the line y = (2/3)x + 8 using the slope and the y intercept.
Answer the questions about the given function.
25) f(x) =2x^2-x-1
(a) Is the point (-1,2) on the graph of f?
(b) If x= -2, what is f(x)? What point(s) ar
Answer the questions about the given function. 25) f(x) =2x^2-x-1 (a) Is the point (-1,2) on the graph of f? (b) If x= -2, what is f(x)? What point(s) are o
The graph of y=p(x) contains the point (12,−7). What point must be on the graph of each of the functions below?
Enter points as (a,b) including the pare
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