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If \$f(x)=f(2-x)\$ for all \$x\$, then what line is necessarily

## If \$f(x)=f(2-x)\$ for all \$x\$, then what line is necessarily

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If \$f(x)=f(2-x)\$ for all \$x\$, then what line is necessarily an axis of symmetry of the graph of \$y=f(x)\$ Give the simplest equation of line?......

If \$f(x)=f(2-x)\$ for all \$x\$, then what line is necessarily an axis of symmetry of the graph of \$y=f(x)\$ Give the simplest equation of line?

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answers:
kb say: The axis of symmetry occurs when x = 2 - x.
Solving yields x = 1.

I hope this helps!
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