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Describe what the graph of interval [-4, 10] looks like?

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explain what the graph of interval -4, 10 looks like?

I would say The -4 would be 4 spaces to the left of 0, or the center point and the 10 is 10 spaces up from there.

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Are -4 and 10 the x and y intercepts?

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Yes

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That's the question I need to answer and I don't know where to start...

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All you have done is say what the "domain" of x is. That tells me that the graph goes from x=-4 to x = 10. You have not said what the FUNCTION is. The function tells you the value of y at each x.

I cannot describe a graph of a function unless you specify the function

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explain what the graph of interval -4, 10 looks like?

I would say The -4 would be 4 spaces to the left of 0, or the center point and the 10 is 10 spaces up from there.