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#3 the answer is correct, but leave it as a square root.
#4 you have one set of numbers listed, but you did not identify them as a domain or range. There should be two sets of numbers listed.
#10 double check the exponent for y
#11 & 15 where are these questions? ALL level 2 and 3 questions have to be answered before I can give you a grade.
#13 What kind of function is this?
#14 shifted to the left how many units?

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10sqr3+2sqr3=12sqr3

- anonymous

huh?

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@jim_thompson5910

- jim_thompson5910

TheMind is saying this
\[\Large 10\sqrt{3}+2\sqrt{3} = 12\sqrt{3}\]

- anonymous

For what number?

- jim_thompson5910

#3

- anonymous

what about the others?

- jim_thompson5910

# 4
Domain: {2, 8, 0, –3}
Range: {5,17,0,–5}

- jim_thompson5910

What did you get for #10?

- anonymous

correct,, jim_thompson5910

- anonymous

umm you said 10?

- jim_thompson5910

yes, what did you get for #10?

- anonymous

http://dela.whm.instruction.radiant.hmhco.com/content/getresource.axd?id=iEnc$MqKtCoqciqmLaVU88CTOiTYwMDAwMDAwMDAwMzQ3NHw0MmU2NjQxYS1jZDEyLTQ1N2UtYjQxNy1hNjgzZGFjMmM2MGY1 idk if yoiu can see it tho

- jim_thompson5910

no i get a server error

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i see what went wrong, y^2 divided by y^-5 is
y^(2-(-5)) = y^(2+5) = y^7
So (y^7)^3 = y^(7*3) = y^(21)

- anonymous

10?

- jim_thompson5910

for #10 yes

- anonymous

what aBOUT 11,13, AND 15

- jim_thompson5910

# 11
what did you get? yes or no
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# 12
It's not a function since it fails the vertical line test (a vertical line can be drawn where it passes through more than one point)
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# 13
Correct

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# 15
what did you get for this one?

- anonymous

its on the paper i think

- jim_thompson5910

I don't see #15

- anonymous

what function is 13, and what about 14

- jim_thompson5910

# 13
the parent function is \(\Large f(x) = x^2\)

- jim_thompson5910

for #14, the parent function is \(\Large f(x) = \sqrt{x}\)

- anonymous

#14 shifted to the left how many units?

- jim_thompson5910

2 because the endpoint of \(\Large f(x) = \sqrt{x}\) is at (0,0)

- anonymous

thanks

- anonymous

thanks

- jim_thompson5910

np

- anonymous

@jim_thompson5910 #14. What you've told me about the parent function is true, but now you need to tell me how the function in the question has been moved, compared to the parent function

- jim_thompson5910

you already said it: shift the parent function 2 units to the left

- anonymous

@jim_thompson5910 Only 2 units? Look a little closer...

- jim_thompson5910

oh you caught it before I did, it's 3, not 2

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haha yeah.... I was looking at tit, i was like "wait"

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