1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Grapher: Graph each function on (-4,4), and identify the point(s) at which the function is not differentiable. 2. Relevant equations Graph F(X) = (X^2-2x+1)^1/3 on [4,-4] and Identify any points of discontinuity. 3. The attempt at a solution I plugged in the F(x) equation on my calculator and I don't how to graph it on [-4,4]? I tried tracing the F(X) graph but I don't see the graph hitting the pt [-4.4] anywhere, am I doing this wrong?