First, you are going to have to communicate better.
In particular, what does this mean: y=x^a+x
Is that or ? The latter would be assumed under normal rules.
"some curves y=x^a has a cusp at x=0, a sharp point like the spine on a holly leaf.
give three examples of curves which have this property
If function y=x^a has a cusp, what can you say about y=x^(a)+x,x^(a)+2"
if anyone understands this question, can you please explain it to me?
The y = (x^a) +x
and the y = (x^a) +2
are just vertical translations of the basic y = x^a
Their graphs are almost the same except that
>>>that of the y = (x^a) +x is x higher, or x lower, than that of the y = x^a.
>>>that of the y = (x^a) +2 is always 2 units higher than that of y = x^a.