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y = 11 - 7x; (a, -10)

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  1. anonymous
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    -10=11-7a 7a=21 a=3

  2. anonymous
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    You should really consider letting them do some of the work. Perhaps suggesting where they can start, what possible next steps might be, etc. Just doing their homework for them doesn't help much.

  3. anonymous
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    We all know you can do it, but they will need to be able to do it themselves on a test without your help.

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    I will take care of that....

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    oh i get it now! thanks :) that helpedits like u walked me through the steps

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    yes, it helps with this problem but what about the next one?

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    please help me with this one \[lim_{x rightarrow infty}\] (4x^{4}+5x ^{2}-5)/(2x-1)\]

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    please help me with this one \[lim_{x rightarrow infty}\] (4x^{4}+5x ^{2}-5)/(2x-1)\]

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