Math help?

b) Is there a point on the graph where x is almost as big as it can possibly be? Do you have a point on your graph where x is almost as small as it can possibly be? If you are missing pens like these, build an example of each one using your string, enter the lengths and areas in your table, and plot the points on... show more b) Is there a point on the graph where x is almost as big as it can possibly be? Do you have a point on your graph where x is almost as small as it can possibly be? If you are missing pens like these, build an example of each one using your string, enter the lengths and areas in your table, and plot the points on your graph.

c) Should the x-intercepts be included on your graph? Discuss this with your team and justify your conclusions. What do the x-intercepts of this graph represent?

I don't understand these questions. Thanks for helping
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