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Identify the graph of a quadratic equation with two irrational solutions. A. u-shaped graph opening up and not crossing the axis B. u-shaped graph opening down and touching the axis at (3, 0) C. u-shaped graph opening up and crossing the axis at (−3, 0) and (2, 0) D. u-shaped graph opening down and crossing the x-axis at approximately (−2.3, 0) and at approximately (1.3, 0)

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keep in mind when you have an x-intercept of (3,0) this means you have a rational solution (and not an irrational solution)
is it the last one? since its a decimal ? or the first one since it doesnt touch the x axis
you are correct
the first one is no solutions the next two are rational the last is irrational

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