12 Practice
Analyzing Graphs of Functions and Relations
y
1. Use the graph of the function shown to estimate 16
14
f( 2.5), f(1), and f(7). Then confirm the estimates 12 f(x) = 2x  3 + 1
algebraically. Round to the nearest hundredth, if 10
necessary. fl 2.57=2/2.53/+1 f( 1) 2/131+1 f( 7) =27 3/+1 = 
6
ft 2.5 )xl2 =z 2121+1 =9 =
4
f
f (1)
(7) 28
=5
11+1
5.51+1
,
=
12 = 5
−4−3−2−1
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8x
Use the graph of h to find the domain and range of each function.
2. y 3. y
8 Domain 4 Domain
4 [ 
4,3 ] ( ]
y = h (x) y = h (x )
−8 4 8x
Range
−8 4 8x
0,4
Range
−4
[ 6,5 ] ( 0,3 ]
−2
−8 −4
( o .g
0=43×574
y intercept
a
.
,
−4
= 
4 
4
zeros ~~(
2,0 ) 4=43511
= 
8
) 3ft
×=2 (2/0)
Use the graph of each equation to test for symmetry with respect to
the xaxis, yaxis, and the origin. Support the answer numerically.
Then confirm algebraically.
y
x y xy y= ?3
0.512
)
5. 1

2 Y= # 6. 8
y 2 5
2 5 = 2 3
y = −x2


2
4
1
4 5
.
2 =

y=

x 0.51212=3
) I
i.
−8 −4 4 ( x ,y)=fx y y
.

8x
.
,
1)
C −8
= 5
−4
origin symmetry −4
:
y=2
( X,y)±l× ,

Y )
−8 −8 y = 0.5x 5•  3
2
1
7. Graph g(x) = − using a graphing calculator. Analyze the graph to
x2
determine whether the function is even, odd, or neither. Confirm
algebraically. If odd or even, describe the symmetry of the graph of the
function. even 7=+22
the graphics flip between the
=L
being symmetry
4 axis thus an even
y

y
=
¥2
= I
4