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  1. iheartfood
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    |dw:1352746111398:dw| QUESTION!!

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    |dw:1352746111398:dw| QUESTION!!

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    GRAPH!

  4. Jonask
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    use \[x^{\frac{ 1 }{ n }}=\sqrt[n]{x}\]

  5. iheartfood
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    ANSWER CHOices: A. n is a positive even integer. B. n is a positive odd integer. C. n is a negative even integer. D. n is a negative odd integer. ***idk :(

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    idk how to use that :( can u pls show me?

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    I'm really confused :( math is not really my thing :P lol but how do i use it?? I'm still confused :(

  8. Jonask
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    we are given in power form and we have to change to root form using the rule\[x^{1/n}=\sqrt[n]{x}\] so\[ y=a \sqrt[n]{x+k}+C\] is our graph we will now choose an obvios point (9,-4) and put in the equation

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    okay so what do we get when we do that?

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    n=2 and even|dw:1352840447816:dw| the graph is in this form

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    @hartnn

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    this graph is an inverse of a parabola so n is positive and even

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    so my answer is A? A. n is a positive even integer. ??

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    \[y=a \sqrt[2]{x-5}+2\]

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    yes

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    okay, so answer A it is then! :) thank you :)

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    yes

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    kk thx :)

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