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Gabriela
8/24/2011 10:09:50 am
Hey could someone help me with #'s 48,57, and 81? thanks
Sam Hunt
8/24/2011 12:50:33 pm
For 48) you just apply 0 into x squared. The formula becomes 12 minus (0) squared over 5. I ended up with F(x)=12/5. If its wrong my bad thats just the way i did it. I am still working on 57) and 81). Hope i could help.
Gabriela
8/24/2011 01:21:23 pm
ok thanks! yea thats what i thought you were supposed to do.
JoJo (Say it twice)
8/30/2011 12:59:21 pm
So I was doing my homework and I was confused on what to do exactly. I looked in the back of the book and sort of got an idea on what to do, but I don't know how to start the problems. If someone could help me on problem 14 on page 106? Thanks! Hi Matt
Matt
8/30/2011 01:28:23 pm
Hey jojo :) Comments are closed.

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