Apr 22, 2021 Thread starter #1 Seka88 New member Apr 22, 2021 1 I’m overall struggling. Not liking the inequalities. Any step by step would be awesome Attachments D97F9FC9-ABA4-4A78-956C-B889286E4D18.jpeg 832.4 KB Views: 7 Last edited: Apr 22, 2021
Apr 22, 2021 #2 skeeter Well-known member MHB Math Helper Mar 1, 2012 871 $f(x) > 0$ is any part of the graph that is above the x-axis $f(x) = 0$ is any part of the graph that crosses or touches the x-axis $f(x) < 0$ is any part of the graph below the x-axis
$f(x) > 0$ is any part of the graph that is above the x-axis $f(x) = 0$ is any part of the graph that crosses or touches the x-axis $f(x) < 0$ is any part of the graph below the x-axis
Apr 22, 2021 #3 jonah Member Feb 21, 2015 94 Beer soaked query follows. Seka88 said: I’m overall struggling. Not liking the inequalities. Any step by step would be awesome Click to expand... Is there a specific inequality behind item #5?
Beer soaked query follows. Seka88 said: I’m overall struggling. Not liking the inequalities. Any step by step would be awesome Click to expand... Is there a specific inequality behind item #5?
Apr 27, 2021 #4 C Country Boy Well-known member MHB Math Helper Jan 30, 2018 734 Do you not understand that in "y= f(x)" any value of f is a "y" value? f(x)= 0 means y= 0 so that is a point on the x- axis. That is what goes into the first two blanks. For the other two we need to know how "f(x)" is defined here. Last edited: Apr 29, 2021
Do you not understand that in "y= f(x)" any value of f is a "y" value? f(x)= 0 means y= 0 so that is a point on the x- axis. That is what goes into the first two blanks. For the other two we need to know how "f(x)" is defined here.