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Find the Focus of the parabola y=-2x^2-x+3 2.Find the distance between the point (3, -2) and the line y=-2x+7 3.

1.Find the Focus of the parabola y=-2x^2-x+3

2.Find the distance between the point (3, -2) and the line y=-2x+7

3.Identify the angle theta, in radians, where theta E[0, pi/2] between the lines 7-2x=x-4y and 6x-2y=4+3x

4.Use DeMoivre's theorem to find (2-3i)^5 . write the result in standard form

5.Find all three cube roots and write them all in both trigonometric and standard form

a. 64

b.1+i

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