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The minimum value is the smallest y-value of a function. true or false.

Theresa Perry

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Kristi Hammond on February 26, 2019

The correct answer is:True.Explanation:The definition of a minimum of a function is the point whose y-coordinate is less than that of any other coordinate in the function.This is because the y-coordinate tells us how far up or down the x axis a point lies. If it is a minimum point, this means that there is no point below it; there is no point with a smaller value of and.


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