In Exercises 2530, supply a valid technology formula for the given function, and then use technology to compute the missing values in the following table accurate to four decimal places. [HINT: See Quick Examples 14.]

–3  –2  –1  0  1  2  3 

The technology formula of the function
0 
1 
2 
3 

Given Information:
The function is
The table is,
0 
1 
2 
3 

Consider the following function,
In technology formula, power is represented by the symbol ā^ā" and multiplication is represented by the symbol ā&*#8221;".
Thus, the technology formula for provided function is
Now to find the missing values of the function
Step 1: Open spreadsheet and set up two column, one for the values of x and other for
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