Given the graph of y = f(x) determine f(x) 0 and f(1) + f(-1) (see attached graph)

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Given the graph of y = f(x) determine f(x) 0 and f(1) + f(-1) (see attached graph)

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\[f(-1)=-2\] \[f(1)=-1\] \[f(-1)+f(1)=-2+(-1)=-3\]
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it is math software that makes nice pictures, but that wasn't a serious suggestion
lol okay thanks (the image was my hand drawn 10 sec from paper to microsoft paint)
oh and i assume you asked for \[f(x)=0\] and that is at x = 2
thanks a lot

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