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Evaluating and Interpreting Function Notation

Evaluating and Interpreting Function Notation 1.7 - Solution

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Usually when we think about points on coordinate planes, we think of them as -coordinates and -coordinates. However, when we use function notation, we use instead of We want to know the value of when To do this, we need to find the corresponding -value of the function when the -value is

We can see that the function crosses through the point Therefore, when