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  1. anonymous
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    What is the domain of the following parabola?

  2. anonymous
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    @DaBest21 @raiders88 @Elsa213 @lexikaylynn @Keigh2015

  3. anonymous
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    the domain is all x values @MafHater

  4. Keigh2015
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    Is there any choices? and yeah the domain is all the x values

  5. anonymous
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    Are there

  6. anonymous
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    Yes, x ≥ 1 x ≤ 1 All real numbers y ≤ 2

  7. anonymous
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    I know it's not D, I think it's A.

  8. anonymous
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    all real numbers

  9. Keigh2015
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    what do you think it is? @MafHater

  10. anonymous
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    bc it keeps extending through all numbers of x

  11. anonymous
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    Like I said @Keigh2015, I believe it is A. Is @DaBest21 right?

  12. anonymous
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    as u can see it is not a bc it goes greater than one

  13. anonymous
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    so it hjas to be all real numbers

  14. Keigh2015
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    I think @DaBest21 is correct, because yeah the x-values go farther out than one.

  15. anonymous
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    Don't forget to medal and fan if you already haven't. Plus send me a message if you need more help.

  16. anonymous
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    Okay, cool! Thanks! Would you mind helping me on a few more?

  17. Keigh2015
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    I wouldn't mind helping

  18. anonymous
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    The quadratic functions f(x) and g(x) are described as follows: f(x) = −4x2 + 5 x g(x) 0 0 1 1 2 5 3 1 4 0

  19. anonymous
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    Which of the following statements best compares the maximum value of the 2 functions? It is the same for both functions. f(x) has a greater maximum value than g(x). g(x) has a greater maximum value than f(x). The maximum values cannot be determined.

  20. anonymous
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    sure just make a new question in ask a question

  21. anonymous
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    Is it C?

  22. anonymous
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    at what point in the chart is g(x) at its max

  23. anonymous
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    g(x) is at its max in the middle, f(x) is at its max at the end.

  24. anonymous
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    what amounts

  25. anonymous
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    Hint:they are equal

  26. Keigh2015
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    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/yrpnondjwl this is what it would look like graphed

  27. anonymous
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    because the greater the number or less the less it is so the both max at 5 so they are equal

  28. anonymous
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    it is A @MafHater

  29. anonymous
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    Ohh, ok. @Keigh2015 what do you think?

  30. anonymous
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    send me a message if you need more help.

  31. Keigh2015
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    I agree with @DaBest21

  32. anonymous
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    Cool, thanks!

  33. Keigh2015
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    No problem

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