From the graph, find the value of A, When

(i) (ii) (iii)

(i) Our point B to be plotted lies on function A = x^{2}.

∴Here, first plotting A = x^{2}.

Here, x = 2.

∴ Now for abscissa equal to 2, we plot the point on A = x^{2}., ie A = 2^{2} = 4

Hence, the value of A is 4

(ii) Our point C to be plotted lies on function A = x^{2}.

∴Here, first plotting A = x^{2}.

Here, x = 3.

∴ Now for abscissa equal to 3, we plot the point on A = x^{2}., ie A = 3^{2} = 9

Hence, the value of A is 9

(iii) Our point to be plotted lies on function A = x^{2}.

∴Here, first plotting A = x^{2}.

Here, x = 4.

∴ Now for abscissa equal to 4, we plot the point on A = x^{2}., ie A = 4^{2} = 16

Hence, the value of A is 16

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