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## Try point plotting. Rewrite

By inspection, the graph cannot exist at quadrants where x and y are negative because when x is negative x

^{3/2}is imaginary, the same true to y. We can therefore see that the graph will only lie on the 1st quadrantTry point plotting and rewrite the equation into y = (8 - x

^{1.5})^{2/3}xyFor finer graph, you may increment by 0.5 instead of by 1. Hint: If you are using a calculator with table capability you can tabulate the data above. For CASIO fx-991ES use

`MODE`

`7:TABLE`