DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
What is the value of the function when x = 2? A set of points are plotted on a coordinate grid. The points include point 1, 2... point negative 1, 4... point negative 2, 2... point 3, 4... point 2, 6... point negative 3, 6... and point negative 4, 3. y = @Er.Mohd.AMIR
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DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
Littlebird
  • Littlebird
I would say 6, but only because there is already a point on the graph at x=2 I'm not really confident that I'm following this correctly
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
Thx for ur help but i need someone to be sure of there answer cuz i don't have time to retake this test......Ain't no body got time for dat.....LOL

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DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not good at math
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
okay any body else u know thats good at math??
geerky42
  • geerky42
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geerky42
  • geerky42
At x=2, you have y (aka f(x)) = 6. So it is indeed 6.
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
thx......finally someone to hlp

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