You'll need to find the domain or range of the piecewise function, and plot it on a graph. You can solve the equation for f, or x, depending on what's asked of you, by multiplying
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1. Calculate the piecewise function by antidifferentiating the derivatives piecewise using the power rule for antiderivatives: if f'x) = A, f(x) = Ax + C. For example, if a piecewise
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when x is not 2 you can just plug in points but its a linear upwards line going through the origin and the point (4,2) but when x =2 you just put a point at (2,2) Piecewise functions
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To solve piecewise functions 1st you evaluate the problem then solve for the
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