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can anyone help me with solving problems using quadratic functions? & if your gonna be rude like the person was yesterday when i didn't respond back because i wasn't on, don't bother. thanks.

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  1. anonymous
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    yes...tell me:) i will try till im online:)

  2. anonymous
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    thanks! (: i'm gonna get the first question. there is only 5.

  3. anonymous
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    the company discovered that it costs $45 to produce 2 calculators, $134 to produce 4 calculators, and $869 to produce 10 calculators. Using quadratic functions, find the cost to produce 7 calculators.

  4. anonymous
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    say x=calculator

  5. anonymous
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    hmm...is it like 2x=45 , 4x = 134 & 869=10x & they want u to find 7x =??? right??

  6. anonymous
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    yes. they want the cost of producing 7 calculators.

  7. anonymous
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    exactly, then 157.5 is the answer...i.e x=157.5

  8. anonymous
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    i mean cost is 157.5

  9. anonymous
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    next question: The company discovered that it costs $30 to produce 2 widgets, $118 to produce 4 widgets, and $766 to produce 10 widgets. Using quadratic functions, find the cost of producing 6 widgets.

  10. anonymous
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    u can take widget =x and try like, 30x=2 => x=30/2 =>x=15.....so on...u get the answer for 6 widgets too like 6x=? which is 6*15=90 which is the answer

  11. anonymous
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    if u got such problems, then probably u can try:):) & i hope u get correct answers :)

  12. anonymous
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    did this explaination help u?

  13. anonymous
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    well that was the wrong answer.

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