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#1**+1 **

Not too difficult....we just need to know what function to use

f (x) = f(-10)

So x must be -10

Notice that the first function is the one to use if x ≤ -4

f(-10) = l -10 + 6 l = l - 4 l = 4

So....graph the point (-10, 4)

Second one...it looks hard....but isn't

If x ≥5....then the output is -5

So f(444)....x = 444.....and this is ≥ 5

So....f(444) = -5

Graph the point (444, -5) (you need a larger graph !!!)

Last one

f(-1)

x = -1 so....the second function because this value falls between -4 and 5

So we use x + 2

(-1) + 2 = 1

So graph the point (-1, 1)

CPhill Mar 6, 2019