# EvenAnswersChapter11 - (3 1 1 3 5 C V V F W W y x ′...

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Even Answers Chapter 11 11.1 (I will not show the graph answers.) 6) 7 9 (3, 1) 3, 8 8 V F y - - = - 12) 7 9 ( 4,2) ,2 2 2 V F x - - = - 14) 2 12( 2) x y = + 16) 2 ( 2) 2( 3) y x + = - - 20) 2 16 x y = - 24) 2 ( 2) 8( 3) x y + = - - 26) 2 ( 1) 8( 2) x y - = + 11.2 (I will not show the graph answers.) 2) ( 5,0) ( 3,0) (0, 4) V F M ± ± ± 8) 3 2 2 ( 5,0) ,0 0, 2 2 V F M ± ± ± 10) ( 2,3) (3,3), ( 7,3) ( 2 21,3) ( 2,5), ( 2,1) C V V F M M - - - ± - - 12) ( 1,5) ( 1 2 2,5) (1,5), ( 3,5) ( 1,7), ( 1,3) C V F F M M - - ± - - - 16) 2 2 1 16 9 x y + = 18) 2 2 ( 1) ( 2) 1 4 16 x y - + + = 26) 2 2 2 2 4 1 or 39 13 13 39 4 x y x y + = + 30) 2 2 2 2 4 1 or 49 9 9 49 4 x y x y + = + 32) ( 2, 2 2) ± ± 48) a) 2 960 1 10,000 x y = - b) 960 31.0 ft. 50) maximum distance: 0.467 AU minimum distance: 0.307 AU

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11.3 (I will not show the graph answers.) 6) 1 (0, 1) (0, 4) ( 15,0) 15 V F W y x ± ± ± = ± 8) 2 ( 2 2,0) ( 2 3,0) (0, 2) 2 V F W y x ± ± ± = ± 12) 2 (3,1) (8,1), ( 2,1) (3 29,1) (3,3),
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Unformatted text preview: (3, 1) ( 1) ( 3) 5 C V V F W W y x ′ ′-±--= ±-14) ( 2,6) ( 2,8), ( 2,4) ( 2,6 5) ( 1,6), ( 3,6) ( 6) 2( 2) C V V F W W y x ′ ′----±---= ± + 16) 7 13 34 ( 2, 3) , 3 , , 3 2 , 3 5 5 5 5 ( 2, 2), ( 2, 4) ( 3) ( 2) 3 C V V F W W y x ′- ---= --- ±- ′- -- -+ = ± + 20) 2 2 ( 2) ( 1) 1 8 y x---= 22) 2 2 1 25 39 x y-= 26) 2 2 2 2 3 1 or 1 4 16 16 4 3 x y x y-=-= 34) 14 a circle with (0,0) and 3 C r = 36) an ellipse with ( 2,3), (0,3) and ( 4,3) (more horizontal) C V--40) a horizontal parabola with 15 1 , 4 2 V -- and opening down 44) (4, 2 3) ±...
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