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Math Help - Need serious help with College Algebra!!

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    Need serious help with College Algebra!!

    ) Simplify the expressions:

    Pls check attachment


    2) a) Find the equation of a circle centered at the point (3,4) with radius 5.
    b) Is the point (0,0) on the above circle ?

    3) Find the domain of the functions
    f(x)=sqrt16-x2
    g(x) = 1/x2-4


    4) a) Graph the function f(x)=x2-2
    b) Find the equation of the function whose graph is the graph of f, shifted by 3 to the right.
    c) Find the equation of the function whose graph is the graph of f, shifted up by 3.

    5) a) Find the two roots (solutions) of the quadratic equation
    (x+1)2 + 4 = 0 (hint: they are complex numbers)
    b) Calculate the product of the two roots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kblack View Post
    Guys, i need serious help with my Algebra class and i am willing to pay.
    Please contact me at Mathshelp@alokresources.com
    Just post your questions/difficulties here, and we will probably help for free.

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