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1.1/1 points | Previous AnswersLarCalc10 0.1.014.Sketch the graph of the equation by point plotting.y=1x− 2Solution or Explanationx–2012346y−1Undef.1y= 1x− 2− 14− 121214

2.3/3 points | Previous AnswersLarCalc10 0.1.019.Find any intercepts.y-intercept: x-intercepts: (smaller x-value)(larger x-value)3.1/1 points | Previous AnswersLarCalc10 0.1.032.Test for symmetry with respect to each axis and to the origin. (Select all that apply.)y= x2+ 4x− 5(x, y) = $$0,−5(x, y) = $$−5,0(x, y) = $$1,0xy2= −5The equation is symmetric with respect to the x-axis.The equation is symmetric with respect to the y-axis.The equation is symmetric with respect to the origin.The equation has no symmetry.

4.4/4 points | Previous AnswersLarCalc10 0.1.050.Consider the following equation.Find any intercepts. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) Test for symmetry. (Select all that apply.) Sketch the graph of the equation.

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