# SOLUTION: i have a graph thats y=f(x) the line starts in the right corner and runs through y1 and x1, the questions are: 1. explain why f represents the graph of a function? 2. use the gra

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 55433: i have a graph thats y=f(x) the line starts in the right corner and runs through y1 and x1, the questions are: 1. explain why f represents the graph of a function? 2. use the graph to find a reasonable estimate of f(-2) 3. what is the domain of f? 4. what is the range of f? thanks for your help..Answer by Edwin McCravy(8912)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Sorry. It's impossible for us to do that unless we can see the graph.