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Asked Sep 21, 2019
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Consider the following function.

y + 9 = 0

Which of the following points are solution points and should be plotted when graphing this function? (Select all that apply.)

(1, −9)
(−1, −9)
(−9, 1)
(0, 9)
(−9, 5)
 
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Expert Answer

Step 1

Let the given function is:

y9 0
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y9 0

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Step 2

Now, check the point (1, -9) is solution of the function y+9=0. Every solution satisfied its equation. Therefore, put x=1 and y=-9 in the given function:

y9 0
-9+9 0
satisfied
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y9 0 -9+9 0 satisfied

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Step 3

Now, check the point (-1, -9) is solution of the function y+9...

y9=0
-9+9 0
0 0
sati sfied
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y9=0 -9+9 0 0 0 sati sfied

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