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    I'm not sure if its correct please can someone check it for me?

    I'll attach it below hopefully its clear
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    I'm not sure if its correct please can someone check it for me?

    I'll attach it below hopefully its clear
    Here it is below:
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    Here it is below:
    I'm pretty sure it's right.
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    Here it is below:
    It's correct for the x-values you're plotting it for.
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    It might look 'wrong' because you have constraints: normally the graph should continue infinitely.
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    (Original post by swan11jf)
    It might look 'wrong' because you have constraints: normally the graph should continue infinitely.
    What do you mean?
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    What do you mean?
    It's right.

    What he means is you have been given a range of values to plot the graph in. In theory it should go to infinity.
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    it looks very nice
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    Why does it look wrong to you?
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    (Original post by Xphoenix)
    It's right.

    What he means is you have been given a range of values to plot the graph in. In theory it should go to infinity.
    How would I show this on the graph?
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    How would I show this on the graph?
    You don't need to. The question gives you a range of values, so you use those.
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    (Original post by Xphoenix)
    You don't need to. The question gives you a range of values, so you use those.
    Should I rub out the extra bit of the lines? If I do this won't the graph look too small?
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    (Original post by JackT2000)
    Should I rub out the extra bit of the lines? If I do this won't the graph look too small?
    As mentioned above, your constraints mean your graph will look 'small'

    Don't worry!

    However, you could have doubled the scale of your graph, i.e. two boxes per unit: that would make it look 'bigger'
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    It's right but rub out that weird stuff on the bottom of the graph, that's not needed.
 
 
 
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