Jimin D.

asked • 01/31/18

How do you do this problem? I don't get it

Show how you properly graph, on axes that extend approximately -15< x < 5, -1< y < 5, the function f(x)=√3-x . Show you use a table to do this. There will be four column headers: x, 3 –x, y=√3-x and (x, y). In the rows of the first column, use these values of x: 3, 2, -1, -6 and -13. Fill in the other rows and columns based on these values, and use the table to plot the points on your graph.

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