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How do you graph the radical that is below
negative of the sqrt(x+1)

my teacher said we should set up x and y according to parent function. The endpoint of this would be (-1,0)
How do I find the other points-I'm really stuck

  • Algebra-Pleasehelp-I'm so stuck!! - ,

    x y(-sqrt(x+1)
    Now make a table of values:
    0; -1
    -1; 0
    1; -1.41
    5; -sqrt6

    make a few more points (just choose random values of x, figure y).

  • Algebra-Pleasehelp-I'm so stuck!! - ,

    Thank you

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