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tiawanad

pLEASE CHECK MY WORK TO SEE IF i AM CORRECT 28x^2-6x+1 28(-4)^2-6(4)+1 Then I need help

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  1. tiawanad
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    (gof) (-4)

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  2. amistre64
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    you need to use -4 in each x spot ...

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  3. tiawanad
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    I thought that I did that above 28(-4)-6(-4)+1 right

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  4. tiawanad
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    sorry for got the 28(-4)^2

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  5. amistre64
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    better, and remember that -*- = +

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  6. tiawanad
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    so that would be 28*4=112^2 right

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    28(-4)^2 -6(-4) + 1 28(16) +24 + 1 280 + 120 + 48 +25

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    28*4 = 80 + 32 = 112 yes

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  9. tiawanad
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    so 112-24+1=89 but my test said that was wrong so would you add 112+24+1

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    the 112 still needs to be multiplied by the other 4

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    112*4 = 400+40+8

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    so 448

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  13. amistre64
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    and its not -24 .. -6(-4) = 24, to negatives gets a postive

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  14. tiawanad
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    that is right two negatives make positive so the answer would be 448 correct

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    448 + 24 + 1 = ?

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  16. tiawanad
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    the answer was 473???

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  17. tiawanad
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    Ok I have four problems that goes with the pair of functions can you help me and I wont bug you no more tonight

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    448 + 24 + 1 468 + 4 + 1 472 + 1 = 473

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    i cant make that promise, its getting late over here where i am and il have to leave soon

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  20. tiawanad
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    f(x)=3x g(x)=7x^2-4x+6

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  21. amistre64
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    post it up as a new question and see if anyone bites :)

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