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  • one year ago

help, 54-55 medal and fan

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    For 55, the equation is y = 1/(x-h)+k, h moves the graph horizontally, and y moves it vertically. If h is -3, then you have (x+3), as in the equation, so It moves 3 to the left. y is .5, which moves it .5 upwards

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    okay i see

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    congrats.

  5. anonymous
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    And 54 is c. k is multiplied directly with x, and if k is negative, the graph will become negative (hence lower), and if k is positive, it will make the graph positive

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    can u see number 56?

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    If x is 5, then the denominator will be 0, which will leave it undefined, so the domain is x = all real numbers except 5

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