ok so i need to find the intercepts, includes x and y, of this equation y=(x-1) times the square root of (x^2+1)
so far when i try doing it i don't get the points which are shown in the calculator
ok so i need to find the intercepts, includes x and y, of this equation y=(x-1) times the square root of (x^2+1)
so far when i try doing it i don't get the points which are shown in the calculator
i am confused in the x-intercept part. the answer is cosrrect but i was wondering how did you get to that point i'm just not sure is there a step in which you're sppose to factor out the equation?
i am confused in the x-intercept part. the answer is cosrrect but i was wondering how did you get to that point i'm just not sure is there a step in which you're sppose to factor out the equation?
Suppose "a" and "b" are real numbers and ab=0. Then either a=0 or b=0 (or both). Can you see why can't possibly be 0?