you have to graph the system on like a dotted graph with lines

you have to graph the system on like a dotted graph with lines

I managed to do all the questions apart from this one, and have no idea how to even start it

my teacher gave us a question with only one coordinate, and no graph, on our final exam. he said we had to find the variation rate. and the rest of the equation he never even explained that before,...

which of the thtee methods of analysis do you think gives the least accurate estimate? Give reasons for your answer [10marks] 1) v against [S] plot 2) lineweaver burk plot 3)...

The data I have is about the weight of dogs on Day 1 vs. Day 2. When asked to graph it, should it be a line or bar?

A cell phone company charges $40 per month plus $2 for each minute of time used out of the service area. Write the equation that describes the amount y that a cell phone user would pay if they used...

i had to use lots of auto correct for all of is can't use a computer for math

For example, point D is (-5,0) what corresponding point is corresponding to point D

f(x)=x2 g(x)=-(x-3)2-2

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Given f(x)=af[b(x-h)]+k, why does the graph stretch horizontally by a factor of 1/b, but not by a factor of b?

Part I : The graph of F(x), shown below, resembles the graph of , but it has been flipped over the x-axis,stretched vertically by a factor of 3, shifted down 4 units, and left 1 unit. Part...

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The graphs of f(x) and g(x) are shown below: F(x) is a parabola with a minimum of -12, and its zeros are -3 and 4. G(x) is a straight line and the y-intercept is 0.4. It intercepts f(x)...

Write an equation for line L in point-slope form and slope-intercept form. L is perpendicular to y=5x. Lines intersect at (-1,-5).

Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes of the hyperbola y= (x-2)/(x-4) and hence sketch the graph.

Please explain how to do it and thanks.

Let G = (V,E) be a graph on 11 vertices. How many nonempty induced subgraphs (including G itself) does G have?

I asked a question earlier about open and closed intervals, so why did my teacher say this was wrong? Determine any values of c in the interval [0,2pi] for which f'(x) = 0. f(x)...