Question3 question intheslideshow findingorderedpairs

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Question 3.Question :In the slideshow Finding ordered pairs, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, the presenter finds one solution when replacing f(x) with the number zero.Student True False
Answer:Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 4.Question :In the video, Example 25, Using the quadratic formula: Fractional coefficients, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, the 
presenter clears the fraction by multiplying each term by:
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 5.Question :In the video, Example 53, Applications, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, the presenter finds the maximum height of the baseball to be:
In the slideshow, Quadratic Functions, the speaker makes use of what property to arrive at the quadratic equation x2+ 6x – 16 = 0?
 zero factor property quadratic propertyPoints Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 2.Question :In the video, Example 21, Using the discriminant in factoring, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, the presenter shows that the trinomial, 4x2 –5x – 12, can be factored.Student True False
Answer:Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 3.Question :In the video, Example 7, Using the quadratic formula: Integer coefficients, which is located in the media section of Chapter 10, the presenter solves the quadratic formula resulting in these two solutions:
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:

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