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  1. That_one_guy16 Group Title
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    They look great! Good job

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  2. That_one_guy16 Group Title
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    Nice

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  3. coolaidd Group Title
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    Sorry, I know its alot :/

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    Lol :P .

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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424646452-screenshot20121213at1.40.18pm.png Should have the point at 4 not 3.

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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424828166-screenshot20121213at1.45.45pm.png 25 is wrong.

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    The rest of it looks fine.

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    I CANNOT help you on the polar coordinates though as I have not learnt them.

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  9. coolaidd Group Title
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    ok how do i figure out 25?

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  10. Dido525 Group Title
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    Ohh it's 5^0 ! I thought it said 9 :P .

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    Then you are correct ^_^ .

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  12. coolaidd Group Title
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    ok...soo everything else (besides polar coordinates) are correct??

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    Yep :) . To me.

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    thank you soooooo much! :)

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    You are welcome! :) .

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    Don't you feel confident enough with your answers?

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    seems like you've answered them to the best of your ability.

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  18. coolaidd Group Title
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    Yes.. but its not about just being confident..I want to be correct

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    Aren't you going to submit it? :P .

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    @Dido525 question 14 looks correct for the graph of 1+3i http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424646452-screenshot20121213at1.40.18pm.png

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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424645497-screenshot20121213at1.44.56pm.png Question 4 looks incorrect - there aren't two real roots, there's two conjugate roots (the discriminant is sqrt(-11))

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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424765655-screenshot20121213at1.45.29pm.png for standard form in Q18, you should divide the whole equation by 9 (standard form of an ellipse is = 1) http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424765202-screenshot20121213at1.45.33pm.png for 21, it looks like you only posted the coordinates of one of the foci. The other would be (-2, 3+2sqrt(2)) http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424828452-screenshot20121213at1.45.38pm.png 24, asks for the minor axis vertices, and you've given the major axis vertices. Minor axis vertices should be (-3, 3) and (-1,3) http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50ca22a9e4b0a14e43695095-coolaidd-1355424827838-screenshot20121213at1.45.51pm.png 27 should be ln12/ln5, how'd you get ln5/ln10?

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