PRE CALC
posted by Karren .
The xintercept of the graph of f(x) = sqrt(x  1)  2 is (5, 0)

PRE CALC 
bobpursley
What is the question?

PRE CALC 
Karren
IS THIS CORRECT... IS THE X INTERCEPT (5,0)?

PRE CALC 
bobpursley
Yes.

PRE CALC 
Karren
THANK U
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