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DOC030811-0008 - 1(6 points Graph the function f 2(3 points...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. (6 points) Graph the function f 2. (3 points) Find the domain of f: M 3. (2 points) Find the intercepts of f, if y: m D L ‘2. LO) 0: ___ z},- 4. (2 points) Find f(-2) = _ _L___._L’? /‘1’5. (2 points) Find f(—1) 2% 6. (2 points) Find f(3) = L 111. Graph the function h(x) = 2(z ~ 1)3 + 3 using the techniques of shifting7 compressing, stretching, and/ or reflecting. Start with the graph of the basic function and show all stages :\30/ (10 points) I W239? 2 Kczysz: ’0 fOC2>WfiU 4 Hazy”? me ...
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