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A portion of the graph of y=G(x) is shown in red below. The distance between grid lines is 1 unit.

Compute G(G(G(G(G(1))))).

 Oct 4, 2022
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Well,

what is G(1)  ?

 Oct 4, 2022
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Why can't u just give me the answer?

Guest Oct 5, 2022
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Because I am a teacher.  I try not to be a cheat facilitator.

 

Snce you responded i will give more.

G(1)= -3

 

Look at the graph to find out why.

 

Next find G(-3)  

 

and so on. 

Melody  Oct 5, 2022
edited by Melody  Oct 5, 2022
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G(1) is equal to -3 because when x is 1, y is -3.
Now, find G(-3). So go to the x-coordinate of -3, and see what the y-coordinate is. In this case, the y-coordinate is 5.

Now you are left with G(G(G(5))).

Now here, when the x-coordinate is 5, the y-coordinate is also 5. Since you must take the y-coordinate from G(x) = y, you are left with G(G(5))

I believe you know what this means.

 Oct 7, 2022

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