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izzyfashooo

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sketch and graph

1. y= [x][/3] +2

2. y= squareroot x-3

3. y= Ix-2I

4. y= [y][/2] - 1

1. y= [x][/3] +2

2. y= squareroot x-3

3. y= Ix-2I

4. y= [y][/2] - 1

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izzyfashooo

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sketch and graph

1. y= [x][/3] +2

2. y= squareroot x-3

3. y= Ix-2I

4. y= [y][/2] - 1

1. y= [x][/3] +2

2. y= squareroot x-3

3. y= Ix-2I

4. y= [y][/2] - 1

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alexfloo

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dalcde

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I don't actually understand your notation. What are those square brackets and "I"s?

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NascentOxygen

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sketch and graph

1. y= [x][/3] +2

2. y= squareroot x-3

3. y= Ix-2I

4. y= [y][/2] - 1

I don't understand even one of these. What do the square brackets mean?

But I'll take a stab at (2) :tongue2:

http://fooplot.com/index.php?q0=sqrt(x-3)"

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dav1d

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Yes what are the square brackets?

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