jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
help with these graphs
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jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
answer choices Absolute value Zero Function Piecewise Steps
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@prettyboy20202 please help
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  • jazzyfa30
@zairhenrique can you help us please

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I only can see the graph3
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
well can you help me with that one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok Graph 2 = Steps
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
ok
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
im going to try to repost graph 1
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i can see all them now. graph1, graph2 and graph3.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The graph 2 (not the file, the graph) is steps.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What are your choices?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Graph 1 is piecewise
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
Absolute value, Zero function, Steps,and Piecewise
anonymous
  • anonymous
Graph 3 is piecewise too i think.
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
no graph 1 isn't piecewise
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you sure?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you think it's what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you think it's absolut value, it's not, because the function absolute value don't have negative values for f(x) rs
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
IDK I just put it in and it was wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's piecewise. Send an alert to the site that it's incorrect.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Google it: absolut value function, and you will see the graphs.
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
okay
jazzyfa30
  • jazzyfa30
graph 1 was absolute value
anonymous
  • anonymous
That is wrong. The graph 1 isn't absolute value. Absolut value don't give negative values for f(x). I'm sure about that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6b/Absolute_value.svg/360px-Absolute_value.svg.png That is the absolut value. The function decrease until x=0, so, when x=0, she start increasing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A salsa recipe uses green pepper, onion, and tomato in the extended ratio 1:3:9. How many cups of onion are needed to make 117 cups of salsa?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3 27 9 81

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