# SOLUTION: How do I answer this problem? And fill out the table? f(x)= x + 3 The x is supposed to have a i guess u would call it a radical square root over it. x 0 1 2 3 4 5

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 Question 181477: How do I answer this problem? And fill out the table? f(x)= x + 3 The x is supposed to have a i guess u would call it a radical square root over it. x 0 1 2 3 4 5Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!How do I answer this problem? And fill out the table? f(x)= x + 3 The x is supposed to have a i guess u would call it a radical square root over it. Since the sqrt(x) has 2 values, + and minus, there are 2 values shown, except for x = 0. ----------------- x...f(x)........f(x) 0...3.....................3 1...4.....................2 2...4.414+.......1.586+ 3...4.732+.......1.268+ 4...5.....................1 5...5.236+.......0.764+ ----------- The integers are exact, the ones such as 4.414+ are good to the digits shown. At x = 2, f(x) = sqrt(2) + 3 and -sqrt(2) + 3