http://i40.tinypic.com/34647dd.jpg I explained more here^^, where I included the problem. Thanks for any input!
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Originally Posted by janedoe http://i40.tinypic.com/34647dd.jpg I explained more here^^, where I included the problem. Thanks for any input! The domain of your function is $\displaystyle d = \mathbb{R}_0^+$. Therefore x and y-intercepts are at x = 0 and y = 0.
That's what I thought, but it's not an answer =[ it's possible it could be an error...or is it one of those choices?
Originally Posted by janedoe That's what I thought, but it's not an answer =[ it's possible it could be an error...or is it one of those choices? From all possible choices I would have taken: x-intercepts: (0,0) , (-2); y-intercepts: (0,0) But I'm confused about the single (-2) and I've no idea what is meant by that.
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