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 Posted by brickhouse at Mar 14, 2008 10:22:11 PM precalculus and grigonometry homework help how do i write an explanation on these findings? the graph of : f(x)=o, the graph of f(x) =a0, where a0=0,and the graph of f(x) = a0 + a1x, where a1 = 0Thank you for your answer, I also need to know this as well i tried to do this part but go stuck, so here goes. What does the graph look like- describe the x placement. what is th grah funciton called? give an example of a number you could place in the variablex, and describe the shift from the origninal graph, note what your value you are calculating for the variable x.

Posted by pskinner at Mar 15, 2008 6:44:54 AM
Re: precalculus and grigonometry homework help
 how do i write an explanation on these findings? the graph of : f(x)=o, the graph of f(x) =a0, where a0=0,and the graph of f(x) = a0 + a1x, where a1 = 0

The graph of f(x)=0 is the horizontal line, the x-axis.

The graph of f(x)=a0, where a0<>0, is a horizontal line, parallel to the x-axis, a0 units from the x-axis.

The graph of f(x)=a0+a1*x, where a0<>0 and a1<>0, is a straight line, with slope a1, with y-intercept a0, and x-intercept -a0/a1.
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