Part A: What is the solution to the pair of equations represented by p(x) and f(x)? (3 points)
Part B: Write any two solutions for f(x). (3 points)
Part C: What is the solution to the equation p(x) = g(x)? Justify your answer. (4 points)

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- MeowLover17

@jim_thompson5910 Help please

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@UsukiDoll I believe Part a would be
Part A: The solution is (3,1)
But im not sure what the answer is for part b, or part c

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- MeowLover17

Sorry thats the wrong graph

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- jim_thompson5910

yep the answer to part A is (3,1)

- MeowLover17

Okay, so how would i solve for part b, and c?

- jim_thompson5910

"Part B: Write any two solutions for f(x)."
translation: write any points that lie on f(x)

- jim_thompson5910

sorry any TWO points

- MeowLover17

Oh okay so i could do, (2,-1) and (4,3)?

- jim_thompson5910

those 2 work

- MeowLover17

And for c?

- jim_thompson5910

"Part C: What is the solution to the equation p(x) = g(x)?"
find the point(s) that lie on BOTH p(x) AND g(x) at the same time

- UsukiDoll

gotta find a point that makes p(x) = g(x)

- UsukiDoll

I see it, but I want an answer first before I can reveal it

- MeowLover17

So (1,3)

- jim_thompson5910

correct

- UsukiDoll

yes

- MeowLover17

Thanks for your help, could either one of you help me with one more???

- UsukiDoll

sure

- MeowLover17

Okay ill post it now.

- MeowLover17

Part A: Using the graph above, create a system of inequalities that only contain points A and E in the overlapping shaded regions. Explain how the lines will be graphed and shaded on the coordinate grid above. (5 points)
Part B: Explain how to verify that the points A and E are solutions to the system of inequalities created in Part A. (3 points)
Part C: William can only attend a school in his designated zone. William's zone is defined by y < -x - 1. Explain how you can identify the schools that William is allowed to attend. (2 points)

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- UsukiDoll

D: dear gawd I forgot X(

- MeowLover17

I dont understand it what so ever. :/

- UsukiDoll

I don't remember being asked this XD!

- MeowLover17

I could show you another one if you could help me with it?

- UsukiDoll

I could try

- MeowLover17

k here i go

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Time
(in minutes)
x 0 10 20 30 40 50 60
Car 1
(in km)
y 60 50 40 30 20 10 0
Car 2
(in km)
y 60 49.02438 40.05648 32.72904 26.742 21.8502 17.85318

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Part A: What does the x-intercept of the function for car 1 represent? (2 points)
Part B: What does the y-intercept of the function for car 2 represent? (2 points)
Part C: What is the domain of the functions for car 1 and car 2? (2 points)
Part D: What is the average rate of change from x = 20 to x = 30 for the function representing the motion for car 2? What does the value of this average rate of change represent? (4 points)

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The graph below shows the distance (y) in kilometers of two cars from their destination at different times (x) in minutes. The table shows the values plotted on the graph:

- MeowLover17

Thats all the information, its quite a bit to look at.

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Got any input?

- MeowLover17

@UsukiDoll You there?

- UsukiDoll

y has to be 0 for x intercept
x has to be 0 for y intercept

- UsukiDoll

it would've been easier if I was given an equation.

- UsukiDoll

I got a strange feeling that it's (0,60) if x = 0 and (60,0) if y =0

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