Let $f(x)=%0$. To draw the graph of $f$, first choose some convenient values of $x$ (we have chosen $x = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2$). Then, calculate $f(x)$ for each value of $x:$
$x\ $ \t $-2$ \t $-1$ \t $0$ \t $1$ \t $2$ \\ $f(x) = %0$ \t BOX \t BOX \t BOX \t BOX \t BOX
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The graph of the function $f$ consists of all possible points $(x, f(x))$ for $x$ in the domain of $f$. The above table gives us a few points on the graph: Use the values of $f(x)$ in the table as values of $y$ and then plot the resulting points $(x,y)$.
1. Adjust the points plotted below in this way.
2. Then press "Check" to see wheher they are correctly plotted.
3. To obtain the curve suggested by these points, press "Connect the points".
Graph of $\bold{f}$
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