The minimum value of the parabola is at the point (-1/3, -4/3)
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It is: 9-4 = 5
y2-12=5x is an equation. When graphed, it is a parabola.
(X-3)(X-3) Foil that and you will see tha X = 3. This is a parabola that touches the X axis at X = 3.
B squared equals c squared minus a squared then to find B take the square root of you answer for b squared
4 squared minus 2 squared equals 12
x = -2/3,7/6
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72 minus the root of squared minus equals 72 but you have to be smart to know that the minimum circumference s 56 there you go
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Solve this problem -x squared -40x- 80 =0
square root of 8
It is x^2 - 5 which, if plotted on the x-y plane will be a parabola which is symmetric about the y axis and has its apex at (0, -5) .
If x squared -10 = 0 then x = the square root of 10
There's an equals missing...
5 or 12
(x, y) = (-3, -3) or (3, 3)
It also equals 13 12.
It is a quadratic equation and its solutions are: x = -3/2 and x = 3