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Evaluate and tabulate the values of y for the value(s) given.

y = 2x3, for x = -3, 0, 1, 4

Can someone explain how to set this up? I do not know what the question is wanting me to do.

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    x | y
    _____
    -3 | 2*(-3)^3
    0 | 2*(0)^3

    You're just finding the value of y for each of the given values of x.

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    So is the line between the -3 and 2 like a divison sign?

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