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mitchelsewbaran

  • 3 years ago

Why does f(-1)=0?

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  1. surdawi
    • 3 years ago
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    do you have f(x) function?

  2. xartaan
    • 3 years ago
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    Is there more information to go with this? If you mean in a general sense, think of planar coordinates. Like, when you look at a graph and put points on it, they have an x coordinate and a y coordinate. F(x)=y is how that is usually interpreted which basically says "given a particular value of x, the function F will give (your y value) as its output. So, in this case, if you have a function, and set the value of x to -1, it will return 0 as your y coordinate.

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