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The following graph shows the functions f(x) and g(x): The function g(x) is obtained by adding _______ to f(x). (only input integers)

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  2. anonymous
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    I thought it was3 before

  3. anonymous
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    3

  4. anonymous
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    @090909090909 i put that last time and it was wrong, im redoing it

  5. anonymous
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    wHAT

  6. anonymous
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    YEA

  7. anonymous
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    its confusing

  8. anonymous
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    BUT????? yeah idk sorry

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    @abb0t

  10. anonymous
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    can you help on this?

  11. abb0t
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    |dw:1437407828894:dw|

  12. abb0t
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    if you shift the parabola UP by +1 it will be x\(^2\) +1 |dw:1437407880929:dw|

  13. abb0t
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    if you can't see this, try picking points, easy ones, like -1, 0, 1, 2, etc., you will see the trend of where it ends. For example: |dw:1437407931541:dw|

  14. anonymous
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    Sorry, i dont get it

  15. LynFran
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    the function of f(x) is y=x^2 so at x=3 what wll the function g(x) be......... i think..

  16. anonymous
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    thats what i put last and it was wrong

  17. LynFran
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    at y=3 sorry..

  18. abb0t
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    if x = 3 and y = 9 \(\sf x\)^2 = y therefore, plugging in 3 for x, you get your value of y \(\sf (3^2) = 9\)

  19. abb0t
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    if y = 3, then x = \(\sf \sqrt{3}\) because you have x\(^2\)

  20. anonymous
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    So its defiantly 3 ?

  21. anonymous
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    ??

  22. anonymous
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    hello

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