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csimmons3 Group Title

How do you put y=0.05x^2-x+1 in general form Please help i give medals !

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  1. csimmons3 Group Title
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    Please help, i really dont get this

    • one year ago
  2. calculusxy Group Title
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    I am working on it.

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  3. csimmons3 Group Title
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    thanks :)

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  4. calculusxy Group Title
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    I believe the answer is 0

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  5. csimmons3 Group Title
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    It has to be put in general form and its equation is Y=a(x-h)^2+k

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  6. calculusxy Group Title
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    Do you know the numbers to fill the variables?

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    ive gotten so far: y=0.05x^2-x+1 y-1=.05x^2-x y-1+.25=.05x^2-x+.25 y-.75=.05x^2-x+.25

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    I don't know now except for 0

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  9. csimmons3 Group Title
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    I dont think thats 0 is right

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    Sorry about that.

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    \(\large y=0.05x^{2}-x+1 \) \(\large y=0.05x^{2-x}+1 \) \(\large y=0.05x^{2-x+1} \) which one is your question?

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  12. csimmons3 Group Title
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    The very first one

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    y = 0.05x(x-20) + 0.01 , u want in this form?

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    i dont think so, the eqaution says y=a(x-h)^2+k

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  15. calculusxy Group Title
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    Is that a quadratic equation? I believe.

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    im not sure, it might be called that or the general form eqaution

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    general form is: y = ax^2 + bx + c

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  18. csimmons3 Group Title
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    i keep getting x=.05(x-10)-4 i think imright but im not sure

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  19. amistre64 Group Title
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    y = 0.05x^2 - x + 1 , is in general form, unless theres some nitpicking rule about integer coeffs as opposed to ratioanl coeffs

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  20. csimmons3 Group Title
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    my paper says its in standard form

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  21. amistre64 Group Title
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    standard form appears to be:\[y=a\left(x+\frac{b}{2a}\right)^2-\left(\frac{b^2-4ac}{4a}\right)\]

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    I believe that you should find the sum that equals to 1 and the product that's equal to 0.05. However, both the numbers used will have to be same used in the 0.05 and 1. So it can be like (x+\-___)(x+\-_____)

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