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brickhouse

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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

Thank 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.
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 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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