Exercises

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a. yes (0,2) is on the graph b. yes (5,3) is on the graph

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See explanation for result.

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5.

See graph in solution.

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6.

See graph in solution.

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See graph in solution.

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See graph in solution.

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21.

x-axis symmetry

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origin symmetry

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24.

y-axis symmetry

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25.

click for solution

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28.

The graph of equation xy=4 is symmetric with respect to the origin.

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click for solution

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30.

click for solution

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