# SOLUTION: thanks in advance for your help. How do I find the starting point of this line on a graph with this equation. I am confused. f(x)= - squareroot of (x+2) + 2 How do I put a ne

Algebra ->  Algebra  -> Graphs -> SOLUTION: thanks in advance for your help. How do I find the starting point of this line on a graph with this equation. I am confused. f(x)= - squareroot of (x+2) + 2 How do I put a ne      Log On

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 176169This question is from textbook college algebras : thanks in advance for your help. How do I find the starting point of this line on a graph with this equation. I am confused. f(x)= - squareroot of (x+2) + 2 How do I put a neg. number under a square root? Thanks for your help.This question is from textbook college algebras Answer by solver91311(17077)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You don't put a negative under the square root. The domain of this function is {x | x >= -2} for precisely that reason. So start at -2 and get larger.