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SpaceKidd_N7

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I don't really understand the graph of y

^{2}=x

^{2}. When I plot it in wolfram alpha, I get a plot that looks like an x or two diagonal intersecting lines that go through the origin. I can understand why there are points in the first, second, and fourth quadrants, but I am confused as to why there are points in the third quadrant.

This isn't for any homework, I'm just trying to study for an exam.

Thanks a lot!