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April 20, 2014

Posted by **Amy** on Monday, September 5, 2011 at 1:39pm.

Ex:

f(x): 2+x

x less than or equal to -3

f(x): x^2

-3 less than x less than 1

f(x): 6

1 less than or equal to x

I graphed this but I don't know where to connect the lines between f(x):2+x and f(x): x^2 because at (-1,1) f(x):2+x goes through the graph of f(x):x^2. But, shouldn't I connect the point at (-3,9)(this is the start of f(x):x^2 or at (-1,1)

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