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No problem at all. I only wish high school chicks would ask for help with math in my neighborhood. ;-)
Also, you could alternatively write
thank you so much for taking your time to help me solve the problems....this is extremely helpful to me....:-)
Well basicly its the same problem presented in two different forms. When you graph an equation or a function on a cartesian coordinate grid, the horizontal location on the x axis represents the value of what they call the independant variable. The height on the y axis represents the value of the expression evaluated at that location.
U can decide is a x1 is a minimum also by studying the graph of the function.
thanks for the answers, GOD...but i still do not understand this quote :"whose product is a minimum" of #2
1. General form of a parabola equation is: (y-k)=a*(x-h)^2 where (h,k) is the vertex and a is a scale factor.
hi everyone,I am a high school student and my exam is coming up around two weeks and I really need your help please....here are 2 math problems I really need answers...if anyone of you can solve any of them then I am really more than happy...