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# someone help me sketch a graph for these limits?

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The question goes as:

Sketch the graph of a function f that satisfies all of the following conditions:

limit of f(x) as x approaches 3 equals negative infinity

limit of f(x) as x approaches infinity equals 2

f(0)=0

f is even

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Also when they say "f is even" , is it the same as saying f(x) = x² ?

Sep 18, 2014

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Ane even function is one where f(x)=f(-x)

When you graph is it will be symmetrical about the y axis.

\$\$f(x)=x^2\$\$     is an example of an even function because  f(x)=f(-x)    eg f(3)=9     f(-3)=9

There is more than one graph that will fit this description.

but here is one of them.

Perhaps one of the other mathematicians can tell me what the equation of  a graph like this might be?

I really have no idea.

Sep 19, 2014

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Ane even function is one where f(x)=f(-x)

When you graph is it will be symmetrical about the y axis.

\$\$f(x)=x^2\$\$     is an example of an even function because  f(x)=f(-x)    eg f(3)=9     f(-3)=9

There is more than one graph that will fit this description.

but here is one of them.

Perhaps one of the other mathematicians can tell me what the equation of  a graph like this might be?

I really have no idea.

Melody Sep 19, 2014
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Thanks so much Melody. At first I just drew out a bunch of different graphs and got stuck at when I was going to graph the "even function". You're a life-saver haha xD

Sep 19, 2014
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Thanks and you are welcome.

Sep 19, 2014