# SOLUTION: I am not sure if I am entering this into my graphing calculator correctly. I entered it as y=-x^3/x^2-2 and then as y=x^3/(x^2-2). I'm getting two different graphs and am not sure

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 Question 419163: I am not sure if I am entering this into my graphing calculator correctly. I entered it as y=-x^3/x^2-2 and then as y=x^3/(x^2-2). I'm getting two different graphs and am not sure which one is right. I need to test this equation for symmetry and answer if it is: a) symmetric with respect to the x-axis b) symmetric with respect to the y-axis c) symmetric with respect to the origin Answer by shree840(260)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Your first option does not make sense as it would be graph of a line. 2nd one looks right. the graph is of a negative line superimposed by a quadratic curve. It is symetric on origin but having a negtive correlation.