Understanding (Square root of X) on Graph
I understand how these look on the graph.
(The /, U, C are just an example of what they look like on the graph)
Y = X looks like /
Y = X^2 looks like U
X = Y looks like /
X = Y^2 looks like C
However I don't understand why the (square root of X) looks the way it does on the graph.
I also know that Negative (Square root of X) is flipped on the Y axis.
Even though I know this, I don't understand why it ends up like this.
Can anyone explain to me.