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560
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avatar+280 

This is what i have so far.

1. (-oo,-4)U(-2,3)U(4,oo)

2. (-4,-2)U[3,4]

3. (-3,-1)U(0,-2)

4. (-5,-3)U(-1,0)U(3,oo)

5. (-4,-2)U(-1,1)

6. (1,3)

7. (-oo,-5)U(3,4)U[4,oo]

8. (-5)

 

 Apr 26, 2017
 #1
avatar+27472 
+1

From your graph, I suggest the following:

 

1. (-inf, -4) U (-2, 3) U (4, 13)

 

2. (-4, -2) U (3, 4) U (13, inf)

 

3. (-3, -1) U (0, 2)

 

4. (-5, -3) U (-1, 0) U (2, 4) U (4, inf)

 

5. (-5, -1) U (-1, 1)

 

6. (1, 3)

 

7. (-inf, -5) U (3, 4) U (4, inf)

 

8. (-inf, -5)

 Apr 26, 2017
 #2
avatar+280 
+1

How are you getting the 13?

Veteran  Apr 26, 2017
 #3
avatar+27472 
+1

Extrapolate the right-most line. For every 2 units reduction in y it increases by 3 units in x.

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Alan  Apr 26, 2017
 #4
avatar+280 
0

Okay i understand, thanks

Veteran  Apr 26, 2017

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