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    [SOLVED] can u graph dis equation ?

    hello again

    plz can any1 graph dis equation ? I really need it !!

    f(x)=81-x^2


    plllllllllz ! Thanks so much !
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    Quote Originally Posted by calculus-geeks09 View Post
    hello again

    plz can any1 graph dis equation ? I really need it !!

    f(x)=81-x^2


    plllllllllz ! Thanks so much !
    it is an inverted parabola. do you know what -x^2 looks like? it is a simple transformation. just shift the graph up 81 units and you get 81 - x^2

    then you can find the intercepts if you want. do you know how to do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhevon View Post
    it is an inverted parabola. do you know what -x^2 looks like? it is a simple transformation. just shift the graph up 81 units and you get 81 - x^2

    then you can find the intercepts if you want. do you know how to do that?

    thnks
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