Posted by Jack on .
Which graph matches the function:
y= square root 2x + 6
How would this look on a graph?
Thank You.

Algebra 
Knights,
my.hrw . com /math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html is a good website

Algebra 
Knights,
for graphing I mean. By the way, did you mean y = sqrt (2x+6) or y = sqrt (2x) + 6?

Algebra 
Jack,
it shows y= and then the square root goes over all of 2x+6

Algebra 
Knights,
Oh, right. You didn't give us a graph, but if you go to the website, or type in graphing calculator in google and click on the one which shows the url listed above, just type in the equation, and you should get the graph. Good luck! (By the way, the graph looks like a square root function  gradually goes slower and slower until infinity.)

Algebra 
Jack,
Thanks

AlgebraKnights 
Jack,
I went to the website....maybe I am doing something wrong but it won't bring up the graph  I put in the equation on y1

Algebra 
cassie,
got it  thanks

Algebra 
doctor,
what da answer