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  1. korosh23
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    I understand the piecewise function x^2 x>1 However, the shape is confusing for me, I need some clarification.

  3. DanJS
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    Graph y = x^2, then erase everything to the left of x=1 including x=1

  4. DanJS
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    you recognize a quadratic, parabola?

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    y = ax^2 + bx + c

  6. korosh23
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    yes right. I got it. Thank you

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    By the way, are you a MIT engineer?

  8. DanJS
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    to get the location of the open dot at the start of x^2, put x=1, y = 1^2 , point (1,1)

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    haha i wish, no not from MIT, although watched probably a few semesters worth of courses on OCW

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    michigan

  11. DanJS
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    maybe i can sell a kidney and go out of state to MIT grad school

  12. korosh23
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    I saw you got many medals in engineering. I am planning to become an engineer in computer programming and networking. Is it a good job? In terms of job opportunity, and salary?

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    hahaha don't try it man. You will need it yourself during university lol

  14. DanJS
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    i would guess yes, that is an ever evolving area

  15. DanJS
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    who cares, just do what you are passionate and like to do as a hobby for instance

  16. korosh23
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    Right. Good luck

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