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Hmm.. The image : square garden, walkway 4' wide on all four sides., \(That's~it~!!\) I think, One side of the garden is \(√90 = 9.487 feet\) so the walkway is \(8~ feet~ longer\) than that,....i.e.. 17.487 feet. Then, I have no Idea what to do. \(LOL\) @Abhisar (Moderator) @Elsa213 Might help you further... Ask them to check what i did too... \(Sorry~n~Thank~You~!!\)
`Graph the function.` where is the function ? `Name the vertex of the parabola` `Name the axis of symmetry. ` where is the equation ?? o.O
oops you have to do it in this order Write a function to represent the area of the garden in terms of the length of one side of the walkway, x. Graph the function. Upload your graph: Choose File Create a table for the function. Upload your table: Choose File Name the vertex of the parabola. Name the axis of symmetry. Write the equation you need in order to find length of one side of the walkway, x, that would give your garden an area of 90 ft2. Solve the equation in part (f). Explain your method. If you could help me this I would greatly appreciate it
They didn"t give an equation
can you continue now?
no I'm really bad at i've been stuck on this for a long time
i'm bad a t math
how do I Name the vertex of the parabola. Name the axis of symmetry. Write the equation you need in order to find length of one side of the walkway, x, that would give your garden an area of 90 ft2. Solve the equation in part (f). Explain your method. I don't get it and it seems like barely anyone knows how
area = length * width for a square the length = width so area = length squared. the length of one side is the length of the garden plus the walkway on each side
i think I get it
so does that mean that (x+8)^2 is the algebraic rule