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- anonymous

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- anonymous

graph A (top)
graph B (bottom)

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- anonymous

graph C (top)
graph D (bottom)

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- anonymous

btw, the graphs are the answer choices :)

- Hero

I'm about to run and hide.

- anonymous

why? haha =P lol

- Hero

Because I've helped you with plenty of these exact kinds of problems. You should understand how to do them by now.

- Hero

And you probably still haven't learned how to use your graphing calc.

- anonymous

ohhh haha :P yeah i just don't know how to tell if its the graph with that particular kind of function... we've done other kinds of functions b4 but not these kinds... and I'm still not too familiar with my graphing calc... but yeah we did other kinds of functions b4 :/

- anonymous

lol normally you can also use the general form of a cube \[y=x^3\]
\[y^{-1}=x^{1/3}\]FORM|dw:1353890445166:dw|
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- anonymous

WE CAN LOOK 4 A GRAPH OF THIS FORM
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- anonymous

ohhh i see, so in this case, we automatically get graph B as our answer?

- anonymous

YES

- anonymous

oh cool! thx :)

- Hero

Actually, there was a negative sign afront that function, so you also have to flip it over the x-axis as well @jonask

- Hero

@iheartfood

- anonymous

|dw:1353892068426:dw|i had flipped it without showing sry

- Hero

Bro, you're going to end up confusing her even more. Just post them on separate drawings.

- anonymous

I cant do that

- anonymous

i mean i cant do it like that i made mistake

- anonymous

wait what just happened?? so my answer isn't graph B?

- anonymous

@Hero how do you do it normally

- Hero

All you had to do is post them on separate drawings. No, it is not B.

- anonymous

kk so how do we find the right answer then?

- Hero

@Jonask, we're dealing with -x^1/3, not -x^3

- anonymous

i realized just now thanks ,its not really the same thing

- anonymous

kk so if its not B, then which graph is it? :O

- anonymous

|dw:1353892609349:dw|
|dw:1353892711812:dw|so we need to put - in front ie
reflect in x-axis(y become -y) |dw:1353892786065:dw|

- anonymous

@Hero

- anonymous

so its actually either Graph C or Graph D?

- anonymous

cuz of the shape? of the graph?

- anonymous

but it is shifted to the left so the 1 ont the left is correct

- anonymous

x+d
means d units to the left

- anonymous

so is that graph C or D? :O

- anonymous

C

- anonymous

okay :)

- anonymous

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