change this equation in standard form by completing the square.
please answer it I m stuck in this question.
y=2+cx+d the turning point is (3,7) work out the values of c and d
Is it possible to complete the square for this equation ? : y^2+x^2=2x
Need help finding out howto get rid of 9 and 79 can't be divided by 9
Solve the equation by completing the square. state whether the solutions are real or non-real. 3x^2+2x+1=0 I solved and got (−1+√2i)/3,(−1-√2i)/3 I am not sure...
i also have the equation x^2+11x+c. i have no clue what to do to make each trinomial a perfect square
An athletic field with perimeter of 40km consists of a rectangle with a semicircle at each end. Find Dimensions that yield greatest possible Area by completing the square for the rectangular region...
Sean and Mason run out of gas while fishing from their boat in the bay. they set off an emergency flare with an vertical velocity of 30 meters per second. The height of the flats in meters can be...
7a2 +14a + 86 = 9
The area of the room is 176 square feet and is five feet longer than its wide.
what equation results from completing the square and then factoring? x^2+4x=5
Completing the square - Vertex is (-5/4, 11/16) Quadratic Formula (-5/4, 11/8) This is what I got when I used both of the formulas. I am pretty sure that you are supposed to...
How do you solve this problem by completing the square? x^2+6x=9
I need to complete the square.
I have the problem of x(squared)+2x=9. I understand completing the square to a degree, but I don't know how it works with a 2 in the x spot.
Rewrite the quadratic function in standard form by completing the square f(x)= -1/4x^2+5x-2
f(x)=-3x2-2+1 I tried it and I got (-3x2-2x+1)-6 after completing the square, then I factored it and got (-3x+1)(x+1)-6 , if I did it correctly how am I supposed to get a vertex...
if e + h = 5g and e + 5g + h = 40, what is the value of g?