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Unformatted text preview: Use your calculator’s intersection ﬁnder to ﬁnd the approximate solution(s) to the equation. Round your answers to two decimal places. x3 − 7 = 2x2 + 13x 1 Find the solutions of the system of equations both algebraically (substitution) and graphically (intersection). x2 + y = 0 5x = y + 14 2 Using a combination of substitution and your calculator’s zero ﬁnder, ﬁnd approximate solutions to the system of equations. Round your answer to two decimal places. y − x2 = 3x − 27 3x = y 3 ...
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 Spring '08
 Mcginnis
 Algebra, Equations, Decimal, Elementary algebra, Elementary arithmetic, decimal places., approximate solution

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