Algebra 2 Need Help

posted by .

1. function g(x)=-x^2-3x+7 . Find the area under the curve for the domain –4£ x £ 1.
a 71.6 square units
b. 46 square units
c.35.83 square units
d.17.916square units

2. y=2sin(circle with a line through it)

a. How many cycles occur in the graph?
b. Find the period of the graph.
c. Find the amplitude of the graph.

  • Algebra 2 Need Help -

    did you ever find out the answer to 1??

  • Algebra 2 Need Help -

    Nope

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Algebra 1: Help Please URGENT!

    A circle is inscribed in a square. The number of square units in the area and the number of units in the perimeter of the square are the same. What is the area of the circle in terms of pi?
  2. math

    Note: Figure not drawn to scale If U = 4 units, V = 5 units, W = 7 units, X = 6 units, Y = 7 units, and Z = 4 units, what is the area of the object?
  3. Math

    What is the surface area in square units?
  4. Math

    What is the surface area in square units?
  5. Urgent help calculus

    If the area in square units of the region under the curve of the function f(x)=5, on the interval from x=a to x=8 is 20 square units what is the value of a?
  6. Calculus

    the area of the first quadrant region bounded by the y-axis, the line y=4-x and the graph of y=x-cosx is approximately: a) 4.50 square units, b) 4.54 square units, c) 4.56 square units, d) 4.58 square units, e) 5.00 square units
  7. geometry

    A circle has a center at (8,2). The point is (3,7) is on the circle. What is the area of the circle, to the nearest tenth of a square unit?
  8. Math - Check

    2. A cube has a side length of x feet. Which expression represents the surface area of the cube?
  9. Math check, please

    A cube has a side length of x feet. Which expression represents the surface area of the cube?
  10. Math

    7.) Old McDonald wants to build a fence around his farm. If the area of his farmland is 400 square meters, what would the perimeter of the fence be?

More Similar Questions