can someone PLEASE help me on some Algebra 1 homework project questions?? I'd be soooo grateful!! + medal

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@alysha_32 even if you only know how to do one or 2 questions it'd really help! :)

- anonymous

Ben= f(x)=2x^2+2

- anonymous

awesome thanks. do you know how to find #2? @alysha_32

- LynFran

@alysha_32 are u sure thats correct?

- anonymous

oh is it not?... would you care to help me if you know how please @LynFran

- anonymous

i thought it is cuz 2(2)^2+2= 18

- anonymous

and 2(1)^2+2=6

- LynFran

2(2)^2+2=?
2(4)+2=?
8+2=10....
2(1)^2+2=?
2(1)+2=?
2+2=4....
Any way try this...
let the # of days=n
so
\[4(n)^{2}+3-1\]
let test it...
\[4(0)^{2}+3-1=?\]\[4(0)+2=2\]
\[4(1)^{2}+3-1\]\[4(1)+2\]\[4+2=6\]
\[4(2)^{2}+3-1\]\[4(4)+2\]\[16+2=18\]

- anonymous

are you using PEMDAS? @LynFran ?

- anonymous

@LynFran I'm confused which question was that for?

- anonymous

#1? ^

- LynFran

yes @alysha_32 and @sparkles456

- anonymous

how would I give the answer to #1 then to sum all of that up @LynFran & sorry if you think i sound clueless

- LynFran

f(x)=4(x)^2 +3-1

- anonymous

hmmm ok I appreciate the help & would you mind helping me on a few more of those? i could give you a medal if you do and keep in mind I'm new to open study aswell so I'm not sure if i could reward you in another way too @LynFran

- anonymous

what i don't understand is how you both got completely different answers lol @alysha_32 @LynFran if it helps the lesson is with exponential functions

- LynFran

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- anonymous

how would i type that out? & thank you for helping me @LynFran

- LynFran

|dw:1436169291577:dw| another way to put the info...
anyway you can put 2(n)...n represent the # shares
eg..2(10)=20..

- LynFran

f(x)=2x

- LynFran

where each input gives out double the output

- LynFran

this might be helpful for graping https://www.desmos.com/calculator

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