SOLUTION: Hi, I need to graph -x Squared and (-x) squared, with the substition for x being; 2, 0, -1, and -3 and i was wondering what is the difference between -x squared and (-x) squared.

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 Question 102254This question is from textbook MATHEMATICS 1 Algebra CPM Volume 1 Units 0-6 : Hi, I need to graph -x Squared and (-x) squared, with the substition for x being; 2, 0, -1, and -3 and i was wondering what is the difference between -x squared and (-x) squared.This question is from textbook MATHEMATICS 1 Algebra CPM Volume 1 Units 0-6 Answer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!what is the difference between -x squared and (-x) squared. -------------- Try it with a number: Let x=2 -2^2 = -4 but (-2)^2 =+4 ============= Graphing y = -x^2 you get: ============================= Graphing y = (-x)^2 you get: ============================= Cheers, Stan H.