# Drag each graph to show whether it is a function of x or not a function of x. If there is not enough information to tell, drag the

Drag each graph to show whether it is a function of x or not a function of x. If there is not enough information to tell, drag the graph into the box under "Not Enough Information."

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## This Post Has 4 Comments

1. AaronMicrosoft15 says:

answer is included in picture

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2. TravisI00 says:

3, 5, and 6 are functions of x

Step-by-step explanation:

put your hand up and down and run it along if it ever hits the line twice it's not a function.

3. dnsnmcmdmxmx says:

Function: 2, 4, 5 and 6

Not a function: 1 and 3

4. naomicervero says:

Function: 2, 4, 5 and 6

Not a function: 1 and 3

Step-by-step explanation:

Vertical line test: If a graph intersect each vertical line at most once, then the graph represents a function.

If the graph passes the vertical line test, then it must be a function.

From the given graph only 1 and 3 fail the vertical line test because they intersect the vertical lines twice. It means 1 and 3 and not a function.

Graph 2, 5 and 6 pass the vertical line test. So, graph 2, 4, 5 and 6 are functions.

In graph 4, there is an open circle at x=2, it means the above piece of graph 4 is not defined for x=2. So, it also passes the vertical line test.

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