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    Solve this problem using the Quadratic Formual, Factoring, and Graphing!

    http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/1828/mathb.jpg

    Please help me I need this its due tomorrow and its so important that I get this. I need t answer this problem using all 3 methods I mentioned above!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raxar View Post
    http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/1828/mathb.jpg

    Please help me I need this its due tomorrow and its so important that I get this. I need t answer this problem using all 3 methods I mentioned above!
    Here's a kick start y=x^2-3x-4 \implies y= (x-4)(x+1) now solve using the null factor law.

    Also \frac{y+1}{8}= \frac{x+2}{4} \implies y=2x+3 what kind of function is this?
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    y +1 x + 2
    ------ = ------
    8 4


    is basically y= 2x + 3

    Right now, I am trying to find out what the second part of the problem means..
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