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this is the graph I'm working on

what's the function?

It doesn't give the whole function to me

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and is it a curve or a straight line for |dw:1439343210666:dw|

straight

yes I'm sure the numbers are correct, The point is just big

can you take a picture of the problem or give me coordinates for the points? |dw:1439343890005:dw|

That's the graph they gave me in the lesson, it's not precise

the points are -1,1 and 3,5

-1,1 is a straight line

3, 5 is a sloped line

that runs between 3,2 and 5,4

the equation they give me is |dw:1439344737330:dw|

The regions CANNOT overlap if it is the definition of a FUNCTION.

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ok, for the first piece, f(x) = 3 when \(-1\leq x\leq 1\), got this part? |dw:1439345082272:dw|

yes

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the slope is 1

or 2/2

yup, now, pick one point

1,1

nope, the point ON the line. (given points)

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which one??

just pick, either of them.

0,3

(0,3) is NOT on the given line.

YOu have only 2 given points (3,2) and (5,4). Pick one of them. YOu CANNOT pick other point

3,2

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My method is too difficult to understand??

Please stop saying "function" when the Domains overlap.

I've heard of point slope form