One hockey player passes a puck to a second player. The second player hits the puck instantly. The total meters, , traveled by the hockey puck after seconds can be represented using the function . Create a graph to show the distance traveled by the puck after seconds.

Determine the domain and range for the first piece of the function.

Find at least two points on the graph of the first piece of the function.

Use the two points to graph the first piece of the function.

Determine the domain and range for the second piece of the function.

Find at least two points on the graph of the second piece of the function.

Use the two points to graph the second piece of the function.

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