Mathematics
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Which statement is true about the end behavior of the graphed function? As the x-values go to positive infinity, the function’s values go to positive infinity. As the x-values go to zero, the function’s values go to positive infinity. As the x-values go to negative infinity, the function’s values are equal to zero. As the x-values go to negative infinity, the function’s values go to negative infinity

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sisilovenp

I'm going with A just because that one fits the best. Technically, As the x-values go to negative infinity, the y-values (or function values whichever you're using) go o positive infinity AND as the x-values go to positive infinity, the y-values/function values go to positive infinity. Because the function values (y-values), don't go negative past the section between (0,0) and (1.5, 0). 

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