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describe the domain, range, intercepts, symmetry, continuity, end behavior and intervals and whether it is decreasing or increasing f(x)=x^2

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describe the domain, range, intercepts, symmetry, continuity, end behavior and intervals and whether it is decreasing or increasing f(x)=x^2

describe the domain, range, intercepts, symmetry, continuity, end behavior and intervals and whether it is decreasing or increasing f(x)=x^2

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domain is fairly simple it is just what you can put into the function.
this does not have restrictions.
Range is whatever comes out of the function so in this case it cannot have a negative number because you can't put any real number in and square it to get a negative number.
For symmetry you use the equation -b/2a in this case there is no B so dot line of symmetry is just X=0.
since the domain is all real numbers this is continuous.
I am Not sure what it is asking for 4 and behavior or controls but this function is increasing and decreasing

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