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Part A: What is the solution to the pair of equations represented by p(x) and f(x)? (3 points) Part B: Write any two solutions for f(x). (3 points) Part C: What is the solution to the equation p(x) = g(x)? Justify your answer. (4 points)

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    @Michele_Laino can you help me one more time?

  3. unimatix
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    I'm thinking by any two solutions of f(x) it just means any two points of the the line.

  4. anonymous
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    Part A: the solution is (2,6) Part B: idk Part C: idk

  5. anonymous
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    thats what i was thinking as well but i wasnt sure

  6. unimatix
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    I'm pretty sure that's it.

  7. anonymous
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    i mostly need help with part c

  8. unimatix
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    For C just look at where p(x) touches g(x) on your graph.

  9. anonymous
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    oh so thats (3,6)

  10. unimatix
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    Yeah! It's just like part A.

  11. unimatix
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    hold on

  12. unimatix
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    You messed up on part A! Just a little error.

  13. anonymous
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    its 6,2 yeah i messed up whoops haha

  14. anonymous
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    Part A: the solution for p(x) and f(x) is (6,2) Part B: two possible solutions for f(x) are (0,-4) and (4,0) Part C: the solution for the equation p(x) = g(x) is (3,6) because thats where the two lines intersect so thats the only possible solution for that equation.

  15. unimatix
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    Yep!

  16. anonymous
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    okie dokie thanks so much for your help!

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