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  • 2 years ago

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  1. blast234
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    I need help on this, somebody help me

  2. frx
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    Try to put the x value into the polynomial and see what y value it generates

  3. blast234
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    how can i find the answer by doing that

  4. frx
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    Do you know what (-3,10) stand for?

  5. blast234
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    Yes, x, y

  6. frx
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    Exactly, and it says that when x=-3 then the y value is 10, right?

  7. blast234
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    Yeah, but all are X's in the multiple choices

  8. blast234
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    so you mean y = (-3)3 – 4(-3)2 + 2(-3) – 5

  9. frx
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    That's correct

  10. frx
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    and if, then solving that one, the y is 10 then the polynomial goes through that point

  11. frx
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    when*

  12. blast234
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    Ok, I will do that, but if i did not get the answer, are you gonna promise you will come back to help me

  13. blast234
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    nevermind i found the answer

  14. frx
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    I can check back on you in 10-15 min to see if you solved it, yes

  15. blast234
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    :D, thank you

  16. frx
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    np

  17. blast234
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    I will give you best response even though you didn't tell me the answer

  18. amistre64
    • 2 years ago
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    Please do not edit your questions in an attempt to remove the actual question. @shadowfiend @shadowfeind

  19. swiftskier96
    • 2 years ago
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    What was the answer?

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