# Consider the following equation. y=x2-6Use the x-values {-1,0,1 } to find solution points that should be plotted when graphing this equation. (Select all that apply.) (-1,-2)(-1,-5)(0,-6)(0,6)(1,-5)(0,-5)

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Consider the following equation.

y=x2-6
Use the x-values {-1,0,1 } to find solution points that should be plotted when graphing this equation. (Select all that apply.)

(-1,-2)

(-1,-5)

(0,-6)

(0,6)

(1,-5)

(0,-5)

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Step 1

Consider the following equation y = x2 – 6.

For plotting the graph of the function put some values of x and find corresponding value of y. Then draw the graph of corresponding values of x and y.

The following table shows several values for x and the function y evaluated at those numbers:

Table 1

Step 2

Here according to the question find x values {-1, 0 ,1} to find the solution point.

So, corresponding points on the graph is of the form (x, y) which is (-1, -5) , (0, -6) and (1, -5).

Then draw the graph ...

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