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What are the x and y-intercepts (if any) of 1 divided by the square root of x-9?

medlockb1234  Sep 15, 2017
edited by medlockb1234  Sep 15, 2017
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y  = 1 /  √ [x - 9]  

 

Note that the y intercept will occor where x  = 0....so

 

y  = 1  /√ [ 0- 9]   =   1  / √-9

 

However, since  √-9   is not a real number, there will be no y intercept

 

See the graph, here :  https://www.desmos.com/calculator/yv7yynz2um

 

 

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CPhill  Sep 15, 2017

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