1. What makes a function a function? 2. Describe the end behavior of polynomial graphs with odd and even degrees. Talk about positive and negative leading coefficients. 3. Name two methods...
1. What makes a function a function? 2. Describe the end behavior of polynomial graphs with odd and even degrees. Talk about positive and negative leading coefficients. 3. Name two methods...
Explain why px + qx = (p + q)x. I understand how to apply this when factoring, but i don't really understand why the x is not added when the p and q aren't added. Explain...
I'm having trouble figuring out if x^2+7x+3 can be factored using integers because i've written out the p, q, p+q and pq, but i can't seem to come up with an answer that makes sense. Any...
12 Solve the following system of equations. 2x - 3y + z = -1 2x - 2y - 2z = -8 x + 5y - 3z = 2 Choose one answer. A. (1, 1, 0) B. (-1, 2,...
Question 11 The math team sold 42 hamburger meals and 15 ribs meals at the pep rally for a total of $243. At the game that night they sold 36 hamburger meals and 30 ribs meals for a total...
Find THe roots
Which is the least common denominator of (1/(x2-4)) + (1/(4x-8)) A) x-2 B)4(x+2) C) (x-2)(x-2) D) 4(x-2)(x+2) E)4(x-2)^2(x+2) THANK...
i dont know how to graph this, someone please help me
Should i write a4-7a²b²+kb4 in f(a) or f(b)? because i am confused and it has 2 variables in this polynomial.
Should i write a4-7a²b²+kb4 in f(a) or f(b)? because i am confused and it has 2 variables in this polynomial.
Should i write a4-7a²b²+kb4 in f(a) or f(b)? because i am confused and it has 2 variables in this polynomial.
Should i write a4-7a²b²+kb4 in f(a) or f(b)? because i am confused and it has 2 variables in this polynomial.
IS A POLYNOMIAL IN THE VARIABLE X THE SAME AS A POLYNOMIAL IN X?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x. Answer this question in full sentence.
Can you tell me whether a polynomial in x is the same as a polynomial in the variable x?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x?
Is a polynomial in x the same as a polynomial in the variable x?