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anonymous

  • one year ago

Given b = 2 and h = 8, what is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y equals the square root of x? A. y= sqrt(2x+16) B. y= sqrt(2x-16) C. y= sqrt(2x) +16 D. y= sqrt(2x) -16

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    This question does not have any direction about what to do with b or h. Could you provide more information?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    b=2 h-8 but what gets me stuck is that 16 is where h is? but b is in the right place its supposed to be like plugging in the values but h isn't even there? 16 is

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @jkl5149

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    h=8*

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @IrishBoy123

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I'm still unsure about what to do with the problem. I don't know why b or h would be there, is there any other information about the problem you aren't telling me?

  7. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    no that's all that's on the problem...

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Hmm, sorry then I can't help you. I don't see where the b or h would go. :(

  9. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    do you have anyone that could help?

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ỏ̷͖͈̞̩͎̻̫̫̜͉̠̫͕̭̭̫̫̹̗̹͈̼̠̖͍͚̥͈̮̼͕̠̤̯̻̥̬̗̼̳̤̳̬̪̹͚̞̼̠͕̼̠̦͚̫͔̯̹͉͉̘͎͕̼̣̝͙̱̟̹̩̟̳̦̭͉̮̖̭̣̣̞̙̗̜̺̭̻̥͚͙̝̦̲̱͉͖͉̰̦͎̫̣̼͎͍̠̮͓̹̹͉̤̰̗̙͕͇͔̱͕̭͈̳̗̭͔̘̖̺̮̜̠͖̘͓̳͕̟̠̱̫̤͓͔̘̰̲͙͍͇̙͎̣̼̗̖͙̯͉̠̟͈͍͕̪͓̝̩̦̖̹̼̠̘̮͚̟͉̺̜͍͓̯̳̱̻͕̣̳͉̻̭̭̱͍̪̩̭̺͕̺̼̥̪͖̦̟͎̻̰_Ỏ̷͖͈̞̩͎̻̫̫̜͉̠̫͕̭̭̫̫̹̗̹͈̼̠̖͍͚̥͈̮̼͕̠̤̯̻̥̬̗̼̳̤̳̬̪̹͚̞̼̠͕̼̠̦͚̫͔̯̹͉͉̘͎͕̼̣̝͙̱̟̹̩̟̳̦̭͉̮̖̭̣̣̞̙̗̜̺̭̻̥͚͙̝̦̲̱͉͖͉̰̦͎̫̣̼͎͍̠̮͓̹̹͉̤̰̗̙͕͇͔̱͕̭͈̳̗̭͔̘̖̺̮̜̠͖̘͓̳͕̟̠̱̫̤͓͔̘̰̲͙͍͇̙͎̣̼̗̖͙̯͉̠̟͈͍͕̪͓̝̩̦̖̹̼̠̘̮͚̟͉̺̜͍͓̯̳̱̻͕̣̳͉̻̭̭̱͍̪̩̭̺͕̺̼̥̪͖̦̟͎̻̰

  11. IrishBoy123
    • one year ago
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    you can massage the numbers if you look at it thus: \(y = \sqrt{ b(x+h) } \) or \(y = \sqrt{ b(x-h) } \) but, if i understand this thread correctly, the right thing i think is to seek further clarification as you're answering a question that you have to guess. that's a bit of a handicap.

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