i have a parabola, the st louis arch and I am trying to obtain a quadratic model for it
i have a parabola, the st louis arch and I am trying to obtain a quadratic model for it
in this question there are two variable but i want to find b.
You can solve this by using a quadratic equation.
how do you solve 3x-5(x-1)and3x-6y=6
U have a huge test retake coming up The problems I cant find answers for are -4=x^2-5 and -4=x^2+2x
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