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I need help understanding how to solve the problem in the following link..
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I need help understanding how to solve the problem in the following link..
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FoolForMathBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Where is the link ?
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I'm attaching it. Don't mind my retarded handwriting please. It's a picture not a link my bad.
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These are the instructions.. Graph each of the functions. At least one of the functions should be graphed by hand and at least one of the functions should be graphed using graphing technology like GeoGebra. For the function(s) that is (are) graphed by hand, please show your work and upload a scanned document with the tables and graph into the assessment. To submit the picture of a graph in GeoGebra, go to the "File" menu at the top of the screen. Select "Export", "Graphics View to Clipboard", and then paste the image into your document file.
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Alright it's a piecewise defined function.For example f(x) = x,you can read about it more here :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piecewise Now coming to the graphing part using hand,I guess calculus is not allowed,so you have to use your Precalculus skills for solving this one and I think it is not that difficult since you have to just guess and easy point.after that try to get an idea about the end points using limits .. Good luck!
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I don't know anything about PreCalculus at all. Lol o.o
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Precalculas means everything you are learning and would learn in algebra, trignometry,geometry,combinatorics (to some extent) :)
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