Q: What is max cut of graph?

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Technically, a non-zero y-intercept can't exist in such a graph. If you were looking at such a graph, it was probably because they cut it short, and were just showing part of it.

If x2 is negative it will have a maximum value If x2 is positive it will have a minimum value

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There is no "this statement" associated with the question, but the maximum number of points which lie of the graph of a linear equation in two variables is infinite.

The opposite of a discrete graph is a continuous graph. A continuous graph is where one of the variables (usually time) can continue on past what the graph says. An example would be if some one was traking the weather hour be hour. They could stop the graph at one point, but the information carries on. A discrete graph is where niether of the variables could be carried out past the graph. An example would be a shirt sale graph of how many shirts for a certain amount of money. Technically, you could have five dollars for half a shirt but realistically, you wouldn't cut a shirt in half

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A truncated graph has on of its axes cut off or "truncated"

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use y = g(x) make a table of y values for several x values Find max/min values using derivative. graph the ordered pairs.

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Technically, a non-zero y-intercept can't exist in such a graph. If you were looking at such a graph, it was probably because they cut it short, and were just showing part of it.

A bar graph and line graph consist of the information stored along the side and bottom lines. The difference is a bar graph goes upwards, whilst a line graph goes sidewards. A pie chart is a circle. It is called 'pie' because if you can imagine a pie with different percentages of slices cut, it would look like a pie chart. Hope this helps!

If x2 is negative it will have a maximum value If x2 is positive it will have a minimum value

the brake or cut