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  • 4 years ago

graph of f(x)=1/x

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  1. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    Any graphing problem should be approached by building a table of function values for various different input values (x in this case). Then, plot those points on the graph paper and you got the graph.

  2. anonymous
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    make a point on (0,0) and then go up 1 and 1 to the right which should be (1,1) and make a point. then make a line through the two points

  3. anonymous
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    In this case, make a table like this: |dw:1327861187009:dw|

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    oh ok thank you @ nicole

  5. anonymous
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    That won't work because this function is not a linear function.

  6. anonymous
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    yes it is its in y-intrcept form

  7. anonymous
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    There is no y-intercept for this function either.

  8. anonymous
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    yes its an invisible 0 its y = x + 0 basically

  9. anonymous
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    Function is 1/x. Where do you get x+0?

  10. anonymous
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    If you follow my procedure, you should get a graph that looks like this: |dw:1327861439230:dw|

  11. anonymous
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    oh so its 1 divided by x sorry about that i thought it was multiplying like in y intercept form sorry @ale5

  12. anonymous
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    ok thanks GT

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