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NotSoSmart  Nov 20, 2017

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When  x = 1 ,  y  =  2(1) - 13  =  1

So the point  (1, 1)  should be on the graph.

 

The bottom graph doesn't go through  (1, 1) so it can't be right.

 

The top graph, the one you have selected, looks right.

And there are two turning points.

hectictar  Nov 20, 2017
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Best Answer

When  x = 1 ,  y  =  2(1) - 13  =  1

So the point  (1, 1)  should be on the graph.

 

The bottom graph doesn't go through  (1, 1) so it can't be right.

 

The top graph, the one you have selected, looks right.

And there are two turning points.

hectictar  Nov 20, 2017

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