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September 30, 2014

Posted by **Jerry** on Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 4:04pm.

a. Does the graph of this equation open up or down? How did you determine this?

b. Describe what happens to the tickets sales as time passes?

c. Use the quadratic equation to determine the last day that tickets will be sold. (Note: Write your answer in terms of the number of days after ticket sales begin.)

d. Will tickets peak or be at a low during the middle of the sale? How do you know?

e. After how many days will the peak or low occur?

f. How many tickets will be sold on the day when the peak or low occurs?

g. What is the point of the vertex? How does this number relate to your answers in parts e and f?

h. How many solutions are there to the equation ? How do you know?

i. What do the solutions represent? Is there a solution that does not make sense? If so, in what ways does the solution not make sense?

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**drwls**, Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 7:07pmI don't see a question here. Do they provide the quadratic equation or are you supposed to invent one?

Your last sentence, in parentheses, also does not have a subject.

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