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    How do you graph....

    y = 2 sqrt.(x + 1 ) - 3

    i know that the graph of sqrt.(x) is increasing from zero.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 View Post
    y = 2 sqrt.(x + 1 ) - 3

    i know that the graph of sqrt.(x) is increasing from zero.
    Hello

    I may be missing the point but graphing this by hand will be easiest if you use values of x such that (x + 1) is a square number, ie find y when x = 0, 3 , 8, 15 etc.

    I hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 View Post
    y = 2 sqrt.(x + 1 ) - 3

    i know that the graph of sqrt.(x) is increasing from zero.
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