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T-Mobile 9:10 PM 0 activecalculus.org results 8. Let g be a continuous function (that is, one with no jumps or holes in the graph) and suppose that a graph of y g(x) is given by the graph on the right in Figure 1.4.4 -2 -2 -2 Figure 1.4.4. Axes for plotting y right, the graph of yg(z) g(z) and, at Observe that for every value of z t satisfies 0 <<2, the value of g(x) is constant. What does this tell you about the behavior of the graph of y g(z) on this interval? a. hat b. On what intervals other than 0<2 do you expect y g(x) to be a linear function? Why? c. At which values of x is g(x) not defined? What behavior does this lead you to expect to see in the graph of y-g(x)? d. Suppose that g(0) 1. On the axes provided at left in Figure 1.4.4, sketch an accurate graph of y- g(x)
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