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and radius 3? ' ' a. (a:+1)2—:—(y2)2=3 .b($*U”[email protected]+2F%3 9. Which of the points A =' (—4,6) or B m (—1,7) is closest to the I
origin?  ' ' ' ' _ _ .  . ' * . . ' dew) W .5
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C. If a) graph of an equation is symmetric with reapect to the origin and _
it contains the point (—3, 5) then it also contains the point (3, —5). 4min
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‘ is the height and r is the radius Of the cylinder. If the" surface area is
48% square inchesand the height is 2 inches, then What is the "radius r of the cylinder in inches? 648 ‘1? v: a?“ r2“ «#4 QWF’A / z; a???” as a riman as ' ' a. r 2: —6 '
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. 3 ‘ '_ a. It has exactly one real solution and this solution is negative.
_ b. It has exacty one real solution and this solution is positive. 9‘ a“? “3 V " It has exactly two real solutions and both are contained in the
7 interval [512,6]. ' ' d. It has exactly two real solutions and both are contained in the ~ . . ' . a . w' interval [—6,12]. _ 65%;; {Mag} at w {may a (fig; a}; . V/
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Then the company breaks even  5 g3 ,1 g g My; «ex 2“
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19. In an isosceles triangle the vertices have the coordinates A 2 (1,1),
B = (O, 6) and C: (—4, 2). What is the length of the height through _ the point A in that triangle?  '
. (Hint: The height is the vlength'of the segment AM where M is the midpoint of the segment BC.)  i: 18  M flag»! 9. c;
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Step 1: $2~gw+§=ﬂ . . 2 7 _ 4
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of 12 miles per hour. His roommate J ack leaves 20 minutes after Peter
and he drives his carto school at an average rate of 36 miles per hour. J ack and Peter'arrive at school at the same time. How long does it take Peter to drive to school? ' HOW far is the commute from the apartment to school?
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contains 95 percent apple juice. How much of the puHCh and how much of the concentrate needs. to be
mixed to get 40 gallons of a new drink'that Contains 20" percent apple juice? ' total amount amount of apple
in gallons juice in gallons % of juice punch concentrate new drink. Concentrate needed: . @éfQEitél . 12 ...
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