the function f is defined as follows `f(x)=x+3` if `-2<=x<1` , `f(1)=9` , `f(x)=-x+2` if `x>1` . find domain range and graph must show work
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This function is has three parts to it. When `-2<=x<1` , it is the straight line `x+3` , when `x=1` , it is the single value 9, and when `x>1` , it is the straight line `-x+2` .
The domain of the function is all x-values that are greater...
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