346 Answered Questions for the topic Graphing
Write an equation for a ferris wheel problem
Hi, I've been struggling with this question for weeks despite having adequate knowledge of the topic. If anyone could solve this for me and provide an explanation it would be greatly appreciated.A... more
Drawing Graph of Function
Hello! So I need a graph of a function drawn where f is incresing and concave up on (-inf, -4) and where f is increasing and concave down on (-4, inf). Thank you!
GEOMETRY AND GRAPHING HELP
A circle goes through points A, B, C, and D consecutively. The chords AC and BD Intersect at P. Given that AP=6, BP=8, and CP=3, how long is DP?
How do I graph exponential functions? very confusing!
Which is the graph of y=2(3/4)^x?Can u please graph this and explain how you graphed it*this is exponential*
Describe end behavior of the graph of a function
Describe the end behaviour of h(x)=-3x^4+4x^3+10x^2-8x+7 SEPARATE Question:Describe the end behaviour of h(x)=-14x-11-14x^4+10x^2-6x^7
You start at (4, 5). You move right 1 unit. Where do you end?
Compare the slopes and y- intercepts of the graphs of the equations in the linear system to determine whether the system has one solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions.
x = -3y + 28 x + 4y =36 2x + 3y = 11 -4x - 6y = -22
Sketch the Graph
Sketch the graph of f(x) = x^4 - 4x^3 + 1Please show all work
Understanding Graphing Transformations
I can not understand how to graph equations using the transformation properties of a graph. I have been trying to get it to line up on the MyMathLab program and keep getting a wrong answer.How do... more
Algebra 2 points
Find all the possible values of k so that (-1,2), (-10,5), and (-4,k) are the vertices of a right triangle(I want someone to show me the work and also how to do this problem because I have a test... more
A rectangle’s length is twice it’s width.If the perimeter is 18cm,what are it’s dimensions?
Parabolas and Graphing functions
Let the graph of g be a translation 6 units right and 8 units up, followed by a reflection in the x-axis of the graph f(x)=x^2 - 4x. Write a rule for g.
For the following quadratic functions, state the transformations that have occurred to the parent function, state the vertex and whether the parabola will open up or down and sketch the curve by... more
Graphing Algebra 1
Graph the function. Describe the domain and range.1) f(x)= 4x^2 + 16x + 132) f(x)= -3x^2 - 12x - 9
Find the equation of the parabola
A parabola has an equation of the form y=ax2+bx+c. It passes through the points (0,3), (1,0), and (3,0). Find the equation of this parabola in the form y=a(x-h)2+k. I don’t know the steps of how to... more
Write the equation of the line whose slope is zero and passes through the point (-4,3)
i don't know how to get the equation right
Mia had $22. Then she started to receive $4 a week as an allowance. She plans to save all of her money for a bicycle and draws a graph of her planned savings. Mia lets x represent the number of... more
Write the equation of a line that is perpendicular to y=2/3+5
How would you rotate a circle?
I know you logically don't have to, since it is a circle after all, but what would the formula be (in standard form) for a cicle (or semicircle I suppose) turned by, say, π/2 (90°)?
Solve each system of inequalities by graphing.
1) 2x + 3y < (or equal to) 6 3x + 2y < (or equal to) 62) x + y > (or equal to) 9 3x + y > (or equal to) 123) 5x + y > 10 2x + y < 15I don't understand what it... more
The graph of g(x) is f(x) translated to the left 8 units and up 2 units. What is the function rule for g(x) given f ( x ) = x 2 ?
The debate club needs $240.00 to attend a debate tournament. The club decides to sell cups of iced tea and lemonade at baseball games.
Iced tea will be sold for $.50 per cup and lemonade will be sold for $.80 per cup. Graph the equation. Use your graph to find three different combinations of cups of iced tea sold and cups of... more
Find three integer solutions to the following equation: y=-2x
Am I able to choose any number to plug in? Or am I thinking about the wrong solutions...