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anonymous
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Help with what?
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anonymous
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I think it's false. Not positive...
anonymous
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False. Chords are only located INSIDE of a circle and so is the point of intersection.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thought so.
anonymous
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Thanks van yous help with ine more
anonymous
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sure. I'll try
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anonymous
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Do you have a graphing calc.?
anonymous
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If not the answer's A. That equation simplified, \[y = \sqrt{-x^2+9}\] graphed = A
anonymous
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Make sense?
anonymous
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no I don't . and im lost sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's fine.
anonymous
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So, The correct answer is A. I'll explain why.
anonymous
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please
anonymous
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|dw:1371151145039:dw| now you graph that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[y =+ or - \sqrt{-x^2 + 9}\] graphed is the graph shown in the problem. That makes A the answer. Does it make sense now?
anonymous
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@MiamiGM ?
anonymous
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i Got it thanks a lot ! i have one more question i think i got it right but just to make sure
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anonymous
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What did you say as an answer?
anonymous
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false
anonymous
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is that right
anonymous
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I think so. I'm not sure.
anonymous
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It's been a while since i"ve done these.

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