## Interpreting the graph

Use the graph (for example, by marking specific points) to illustrate the statements in (a)–(d). If possible, label the coordinates of any points you draw.

- $f(0) = 2$
- $f(−3)=f(3)=f(9)=0$
- $f(2) = g(2)$
- $g(x)>f(x)$ for $x>2$

Use the graph (for example, by marking specific points) to illustrate the statements in (a)–(d). If possible, label the coordinates of any points you draw.

- $f(0) = 2$
- $f(−3)=f(3)=f(9)=0$
- $f(2) = g(2)$
- $g(x)>f(x)$ for $x>2$