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@UnkleRhaukus Can you help me please

@zordoloom Can you help me please

The proper graph is on graphcd.jpg.

So the second attachement, first image.

Oh okay, but i got a different answer on my graph cal. I feel like its messed up or something

Make sure you put parentheses.

Actually, wait one sec.

i can lend you my graphing calculator
http://www.wolframalpha.com/

yw :)

On the first attachement, is there an intersection at y=-10?

It looks like the first attachement, graph 2.

@zordoloom I think its under the -10, but it is by it. & im checking in my cal. now

Okay, Its the on the first attachement, graph 2 then.

How did you get that answr ?

I graphed the graph and found its derivative. And it has an intersection below -10.

oh okay so if we look back is my answer A ?

No

:( What is it ?

Ill show you one at a time.

Yeah thats b Are you 100% sure ?

I'm about to try and graph it one more time

Yes, Positive.

Thankyou. Do you think you can help me with another problem im having trouble with ?

Sure.

So, was it correct?

Give me a moment.

Okay, it's either the first one, or the third one.

How do you know that ?

Take the limit as x goes to 0.

Is this by any chance calculus?

No

Its the first one.

I still don't understand lol How did you get that ? can you please show me.

Have you studied limits?

are you 100% sure its the first one.

Yes, 100%.

So the only option left is the first one.

Im working out the problem. & thank you :)

Thank you so much . I'll keep that in mind. Do you have time for another problem you can help me ?

Sure.

Still loooking at it.

Me to . I'm adleasttrying to work it out to see if i get the right answer.

Is that a 6b in the denominator?

That's defiantly a typo. it should be n.

Say what now ?

Assuming it's a typo, the correct answer is the second one.

Do you not trust me?

I do haha, but im very aware of my grades and answers so i will ask are you 100% lol sorry

Your a big help & i wanna thank you

100%. but again there is a mistake in the question.

You start by factoring the top part and get (x+1)(x+2)

I dont see a typo. Im checking over my answer on my paper just to double check.

@Kayy_Drizzyy did you like my calculator ? :)

And then factor the denominator and get (x+2)(x+4)

Alright @zordoloom Thanks a lot you were a lot of help.

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Okay i see . I'm writting it down.

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Are you good with complex fractions ? & thank you i understand that problem now .

Maybe.

More complex than these?

well to be honest im TERRIBLE with this & you helping me with this problem will mean a lot.

I gotta go in 5 minutes.

awww man

So post the question.

I would say its the last option.

You would say ? Lol are you sure? Do we need to review

I'm sure.

It's none of the first 3, that's for sure. So it must be the last one.

Were any of the previous answer wrong?

*answers.

I havent submited it yet. So im not sure. But you can go now. Thank you so much for your help.

Yep.