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Draw the curve. y=1+x^2+-sqrt(1-x^2)

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    for considering sign of y' you can choose some numbers and put in y' equation. for example x=+-1/2 or something like that y'(1/2)>0 and so on clear?

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    Excellent work! That is correct.

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