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Q:
# Find the values of y = r(x) = ∛x for x = –2.197, –1.331, 0, 1.331, 2.197, 3.375, 4.913 Then plot the corresponding points on a graph.

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We're being asked to find the values of y for [tex] \sqrt[3]{x} [/tex] for specific values of x. Basically, we are taking the cube roots of these numbers.

[tex]r(-2.197) = \sqrt[3]{-2.197} = -1.3\\\\ r(-1.331) = \sqrt[3]{-1.331} = -1.1\\\\ r(0) = \sqrt[3]{0} = 0 \\\\ r(1.331) = \sqrt[3]{1.331} = 1.1\\\\r(2.197) = \sqrt[3]{2.197} = 1.3\\\\r(-3.375) = \sqrt[3]{-3.375} = 1.5\\\\r(4.913) = \sqrt[3]{4.913} = 1.7\\\\[/tex]

[tex]r(-2.197) = \sqrt[3]{-2.197} = -1.3\\\\ r(-1.331) = \sqrt[3]{-1.331} = -1.1\\\\ r(0) = \sqrt[3]{0} = 0 \\\\ r(1.331) = \sqrt[3]{1.331} = 1.1\\\\r(2.197) = \sqrt[3]{2.197} = 1.3\\\\r(-3.375) = \sqrt[3]{-3.375} = 1.5\\\\r(4.913) = \sqrt[3]{4.913} = 1.7\\\\[/tex]