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# Solving Radical Equations Graphically Given the function f(x) √4-2x find x when f(x) 6 using your graphing calculator. Then follow the steps below to show the intersection graph on the computer. [Hint: Use the following window on your graphing calculator: Xmin=-18, Xmax = 10, Ymin=-10, Ymax = 10] 1. Write the point of intersection as an ordered pair below. Round the value of x to two decimal places as needed. If the point of intersection does not exist, enter DNE 2. Use the Line Tool to draw the Horizontal Line y 6. 3. Use the Square Root Tool to draw f(x)= √4 2x. To draw this function, first plot the point furthest to the right, followed by one more point. 4. Use the Point Tool to identify the point of intersection if it exists. = √4-2x 6 Point of Intersection: 18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10 - 10 9 8 7 6 10+ 84 9. 5-0 926/nC- 1. Write the point of intersection as an ordered pair below. Round the value of a to two decimal places as needed. If the point of intersection does not exist, enter DNE 2. Use the Line Tool to draw the Horizontal Line y = = 6. 3. Use the Square Root Tool to draw f(x) = √4-2x. To draw this function, first plot the point furthest to the right, followed by one more point. 4. Use the Point Tool to identify the point of intersection if it exists. 18-17-16-15-14-13-12 -11 -10 LSL A-1- Point of Intersection: 0 8 √4-2x = 6 Clear All 19 Draw: JO+ 9 S 10 e 4 10 4 S 6 15 ic  Fig: 1  Fig: 2