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Any Help will do I am just confuesd on these diffrent questions.

 

1) The graph of \(y=f(x)\) is shown in red below. For how many values of C is \(y=f(x)\)?

(Assume grid lines are spaced 1 unit apart.)

 

 

2)The graph of $y=f(x)$ is shown in red below. Assuming the graph consists of three line segments, what is f(-2)?

(Assume grid lines are spaced 1 unit apart.)

 

 

 

THX FOR HELP IN ADVANCE

 Aug 14, 2019
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The first question doesn't make sense.

 

2)

 

\(\text{In the neighborhood of $x=-2,\\f(x)=-\dfrac 5 3 (x+1)-1 = -\dfrac 5 3 x-\dfrac 8 3$}\\ f(-2) = \dfrac 2 3\)

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 Aug 14, 2019
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I am SO Happy you could help for queestion 2. The actural question for the first graph is,

 

"The graph of y=f(x) is shown in red below. For how many values of c is f(c) = -1$?"

 

If you cold help me agian with question 1 That would be AMAZING. THX FOR THE HELP.

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just count them.  go down to y=-1 and count the number of places the graphed curve intersects that line.

 

there are 4 of them.

Rom  Aug 15, 2019

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