Select the x-coordinate of the vertex of the parabola defined by the function f(x) = -3x2 + 7x + 9.

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CIRCLE HAS A CENTER OF (3,4) AND A RADIUS OF 3

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Tricky Question: Find an equation that models the path of a satellite if its path is a hyperbola, a= 55,000 km, and c= 81,000 km. Assume that the center of the hyperbola is the origin...

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I messed up typing it in last time this should work but im not sure.

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Show as many steps as necessary

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This is a conics question for my college algebra class.

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This is a conics question for my college algebra class.

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This is a conics question for my college algebra class.

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This is a conics question for my college algebra class.

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I think that it is meant to be in the y2 = 4ax form.

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1) is xy = 3 a rectangular hyperbola? 2. is x^2 + 4X = y - 4 a parobola?

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identify the which type of conic east of the following represents, 1. (x-3)^2 + (y-2)^2 = 1 ...

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using completing the square, what kind of conic is this equation?

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Select the x-coordinate of the vertex of the parabola defined by the function f(x) = -5x2 + 7x + 4.

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I've got two LORAN stations A and B that are 500 miles apart. A and B are also the Foci of a hyperbola. A ship at point P (which lies on the hyperbola branch with A as the focus) receives a nav signal...

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y2=8x-32.

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How do I solve the equation: -4 = -1 divided by 4*a

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Standard form equation

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Two satellites are orbiting earth. The path of one has the equation x^2 +y^2 = 2250000. The orbit of the other is 200 km farther from the center of earth. In one orbit, how much farther does the...

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please show work so i can understand how you solved it. thanks!