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coolaidd

The foci of the following graph are (3+2 square root 2, -5) and (3-2square root 2,-5) ..TRUE OR FALSE

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  1. dpaInc
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    no graph?

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  2. coolaidd
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    any ideas?

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  3. NotTim
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    hey, could you format the equation a bit better? I dunno, with the equation editor or drawing it out? Thx

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  4. NotTim
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    ask for help, dont reply.

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  5. NotTim
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    thannk you

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  6. coolaidd
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    it looks like this

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  7. NotTim
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    Just wondering, are you allowed to rearrange |dw:1341468139444:dw|

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  8. NotTim
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    also, wahts a foci?

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  9. coolaidd
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    im not sure..If it helps get the question answered correctly

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  10. coolaidd
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    a sort of hyperboli

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  11. NotTim
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    whats hyperboli?

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  12. coolaidd
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    hyperbola

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  13. NotTim
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    whats hyperbola? (wow..i am stupid...)

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  14. coolaidd
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    a curve that lies on the plane!

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  15. NotTim
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    Does the curve of these graphs lie on (3+2 square root 2, -5) and (3-2square root 2,-5) ?

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  16. coolaidd
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    i believe so?

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  17. NotTim
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    What's your proof?

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  18. coolaidd
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    is it true. or false.. do you know?

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  19. NotTim
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    Well. First figure out the functions of the graph, and then figure out if the foci of these 2 graphs.

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  20. NotTim
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    I can't answer your quiz question cause I'm doing my own too! QUIZES FOR EVERYONE

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  21. coolaidd
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    its really simple..you cant just tell me if its true or false so i can move on??

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  22. farmdawgnation
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    Actually, no he can't.

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  23. farmdawgnation
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    http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct "Don't provide someone with just the answer - explain the process, and help guide them through understanding the problem."

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  24. coolaidd
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    he can actually..its possible..you just would not like him too.

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  25. NotTim
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    Actually, I'm a bot created by OpenStudy. I can only follow the rules outlined to be by the programming.

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  26. farmdawgnation
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    coolaidd, Your smart alec responses are beginning to wear thin on my patience. Tone down the attitude please. NotTim has been attempting to help guide you to the solution on your own. If you're just looking to find the answer then perhaps this isn't the best site for you?

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    -__-

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