Y x2 2xx 4 b y 16 8x 4 d y 16 2xx 4 3

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Unformatted text preview: 4. A. y − 8 = x − 4 C. y − x2 = 2x(x − 4) B. y − 16 = 8(x − 4) D. y − 16 = 2x(x − 4) 3. (15 points) Use the graph of g (x) to answer to following questions. 8 y gx (a) g (1) = 6 4 (b) g (1) ≈ 2 2 2 4 (c) For what values of x will g (x) = 0? 2 4. (5 points) Suppose the temperature varies on a wire. Let x be the distance in cm to the right of the beginning of the wire, and let T (x) be the temperature, in degrees Celsius, at the point x. Suppose that T (50) = 42, and T (50) = −7. As you move slightly to the right (as x increas...
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