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Asked Mar 28, 2019
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Graph the function f(x)
3° and g(x)-3-x on the same set of axes. How
does the graph of g(x) compare to the graph of f (a)?
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Graph the function f(x) 3° and g(x)-3-x on the same set of axes. How does the graph of g(x) compare to the graph of f (a)?

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Step 1

To draw the graph of the function f(x) = 3x, find the value of the function at different points to form ordered pairs. So, some ordered pairs are (-2, 0.11), (-1, 0.33), (0,1), (1 ,3), (2,9).

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Step 2

Plot the ordered pairs on a graph and join them with a free hand. Also, as x goes to infinity, the function approaches infinity as well. So, the function will keep on increasing as we increase the value of x.

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Step 3

As x goes to negative infinity, the function approaches 0. Also, the graph will not touch the x-axis as the function i...

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