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The quadratic relation Ax^2 +Cy^2 +Dx + Ey + F is graphed. the values of the xintercepts of the graph are dependant on the values of the paramters
a) A and D only b) C and E only c) C,E and F only d) A,D and F only

If y is zero, what is left?
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