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How do I graph y=x squared on a set of coordinate axes?

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    is that possible?

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    it must be its on a review sheet.

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    idk then srry

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    I would suggest starting with the following x values to start graphing: x = -1, 0, 1 The equation is y = x^2. Therefore, you plug in each x value to receive a y value. For example y = 0^2 = 0, which makes the point (0,0). For the three values that I gave, these are the points: (-1, 1) (0, 0) (1, 1) Continue from there in the positive and negative direction and you will see the trend of the graph.

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