I have the graphs, I just have questions. I don't understand how these graps were formed. Please explain how this is done. Where do the lines intersect? Aren't there coordinates? I do not understand at all. Sorry, I am a math retard!! Thanks for your help.

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1. f(x)=6x

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You only need the general shape of the graph. So you will analyze the given function at extreme values of x to get the general ...

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