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F(x)= x-1/x^2+3-4 How do I enter this equation in the y= without getting syntax error

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  • kakima Sep 11, 2010

    You're not putting in the f(x)= part, are you?

    I put in x-1/x^2+3-4 exactly as you gave it and can't reproduce your result. Exactly what are you putting in?

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