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    Please check my graphs and tell me how to explain this

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    I haven't learned this yet. So I can't help, I'm sorry.

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    x intercept =? Y-intercept =? end behavior: is the graph going towards infinity(just increasing positively) or negative infinity, or is it converging to some particular value,

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    |dw:1436999570302:dw|

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    Help me read this graph to understand. What are the intercepts? Seems like infinity positive

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    -1.5 is y and 1 is x?

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    for x intercepts, u have to tell the x values where y=0

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    ok so I don't tell it right? How do I answer this?

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    Is x 1intercept? If it isn't what would it be?

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    x-intercepts are (5,0), (6,0) and (7,0). This is where the graph crosses or touches the x-axis. (see attached) Window: xmin = -1 xmax = 10 ymin = -10 ymax = 20 I used https://www.desmos.com/calculator to graph

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    The y-intercept is (0,-210). This is where the graph crosses or touches the y-axis. (see attached) Window: xmin = -1 xmax = 10 ymin = -250 ymax = 50

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