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Posted by Johnny on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 12:50am.

I'm trying to find why the linear function f(-x)=x√x^2+2 is negative when it should be neither. why are √'s not negatives?!?!?! Is it because √x can't cross over the y axis because √x can't be negative? Then why is it that the x on the outside of the function is negative and the whole thing is counted as a neither?!

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