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I honestly forgot how to do these type of problems. Can someone help me! Thanks!!

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24. ( 9x^2 - 4 )/( 3x^2 - 10x - 8 )

31. 2x^2 + 5 = 12x

39. Find the maximum value of g(x) = -4x^2 + 16x - 15

42. Graph y-9 = -2(x+3)^2

  • Algebra II - ,

    ( 9x^2 - 4 )/( 3x^2 - 10x - 8 )
    well the numerator is difference of two squares so factor
    (3x-2)(3x+2)
    now I bet one of those is a factor of the denominator
    (3x - 2)(x+4) no
    (3x+2)(x-4) yes
    so we really have
    (3x+2)(3x-2) / (3x+2)(x-4)
    which is
    (3x-2) / (x-4)

  • Algebra II - ,

    2 x^2 - 12 x + 5 = 0
    I can not factor that, sure it is not 11 x?
    If not a typo, use quadratic equation
    x = [ -b +/- sqrt(b^2-4ac)] / 2a

  • Algebra II - ,

    g(x) = -4x^2 + 16x - 15
    parabola
    g is - for bi + or - x so upside down (sheds water)
    Find the vertex.
    4 x^2 - 16 x + 15 = -g
    x^2 - 4 x = (-g-15)/4
    x^2 - 4 x + 4 = -g/4 - 15/4 + 16/4
    (x-2)^2 = (1/4) (-g +1)
    AT VERTEX x = 2, g = +1
    so max at (2,1)

  • Algebra II - ,

    y-9 = -2(x+3)^2
    pretty much the same as the last one
    same both sides of x = -3 so that is the vertical axis of symmetry
    vertex at (-3,9)
    when x gets big, y gets small, so sheds water
    when y = 0
    9/2 = (x+3)^2
    x + 3 = +/- 3 /sqrt 2
    x = -3 +/- 3/sqrt 2 is where he zeros are

  • Algebra II - ,

    Just brute force think your way through these problems !!!

  • Algebra II - ,

    OMG you are FREAKIN AWESOME for helping me out with these problems!!!!!! With your thorough explanations it all came back to me I thank you SOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!

  • Algebra II - ,

    6x^4-15x^3+10x^2-10x+4 divided by 3x^2+2
    Please help!!!

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