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anonymous

  • one year ago

which has a negative leading?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    Which do you think? Can you choose more than one?

  3. ybarrap
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    there are more that one with a negative leading coefficient

  4. ybarrap
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    |dw:1434844090268:dw|

  5. ybarrap
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    Does this help?

  6. ybarrap
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    These are just estimates, but should give you what you need

  7. anonymous
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    yes i can choose more than one. it's one of those "check all that apply " questions. =.= i was thinking it was just B. But there's another. so i wasn't sure what it was asking.

  8. anonymous
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    so it's A,B,&C? how do you find that?

  9. dmndlife24
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    They're all reflections so yes

  10. jim_thompson5910
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    You don't really need to know the equations. You just need to remember this rule: if the graph goes off to negative infinity as x gets larger, then the leading coefficient is negative |dw:1434844702702:dw|

  11. anonymous
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    ahhh. okay thats helpful! thanks you guys are amazing! c:

  12. ybarrap
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    The number of "curves" tells you the form of the equation 0 curves means linear (i.e. x term somewhere) 1 curve means quadratic (i.e. x^2 term somewhere) 2 curves means cubic (i.e. x^3 term somewhere) The first one "curves" twice, the second curves once and the third never curves

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