How do you graph y=x^2 -4?

1 Answer
May 21, 2018

By finding values of y after assigning values to x

Explanation:

If x is zero, $y = - 4$

If x is 1, $y = - 3$

If x is 2, $y = 0$

and so on (it is a nonlinear function). The graph is provided below:

graph{(x^2) -4 [-9.09, 10.91, -5.28, 4.72]}