# Algebra II (I believe; can't find it in my textbook)

• Sep 12th 2007, 06:17 PM
sh33psh33p
Algebra II (I believe; can't find it in my textbook)
Graph the following functions:
a. y = [x - 2]

Except the brackets aren't just brackets. They're rather funny-looking brackets; they look something like this:
Instead of [], they look like
╓ ╖
╙ ╜
The brackets aren't actually separated by their tops and bottoms being on different lines, but I couldn't find any alt codes/symbols that matched the exact appearance, even in Wikipedia's Table of Mathematical Symbols. How my math teacher got it on this paper is mystifying indeed... I couldn't find it in my Algebra II book, and so I've concluded that I'm completely lost.

(Originally posted in the Pre-Algebra and Algebra section)
• Sep 12th 2007, 06:21 PM
AfterShock
Quote:

Originally Posted by sh33psh33p
Graph the following functions:
a. y = [x - 2]

Except the brackets aren't just brackets. They're rather funny-looking brackets; they look something like this:
Instead of [], they look like
╓ ╖
╙ ╜
The brackets aren't actually separated by their tops and bottoms being on different lines, but I couldn't find any alt codes/symbols that matched the exact appearance, even in Wikipedia's Table of Mathematical Symbols. How my math teacher got it on this paper is mystifying indeed... I couldn't find it in my Algebra II book, and so I've concluded that I'm completely lost.

(Originally posted in the Pre-Algebra and Algebra section)

Uh, what are you studying at the moment?
• Sep 12th 2007, 06:23 PM
Jhevon
Quote:

Originally Posted by sh33psh33p
Graph the following functions:
a. y = [x - 2]

Except the brackets aren't just brackets. They're rather funny-looking brackets; they look something like this:
Instead of [], they look like
╓ ╖
╙ ╜
The brackets aren't actually separated by their tops and bottoms being on different lines, but I couldn't find any alt codes/symbols that matched the exact appearance, even in Wikipedia's Table of Mathematical Symbols. How my math teacher got it on this paper is mystifying indeed... I couldn't find it in my Algebra II book, and so I've concluded that I'm completely lost.