A quadratic-linear system of equations is graphed below. FSP196109

Jessie Lee 2021-12-09 Answered
A quadratic-linear system of equations is graphed below.

a) Use the graph to write the solution to the system. No need to show any work.
b) Write the equation of the linear function drawn on the grid. No need to show any work.
c) Write the equation of the Quadratic function drawn on the grid in standard form. [Hint: use the x-intercepts]
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Answered 2021-12-10 Author has 35 answers

Step1
Part (a):
Use the graph to write the solution to the system.
There are one quadratic equation and one linear equation.
The intersecting point of both of the graph is the solution of the function.
(3,7)(3,5)
Step 2
Part (b):
The equation of the linear function is passing through the point (-3, 7) and (3, -5):
line y=mx+b passing through(3,7).(3.5)
slope: m=573(3)=2
y=(2)x+b
Plug in (-3,7) in the equation y=(2)x+b:
7=(2)(3)+bb=1
y=2x+1
Step 3
The equation of quadratic function ax2+bx=0 on the grid is passing through (-2, 0), (4, 0) and (0, -8):
y(x)=ax2+bx+c
passing through (-2,0),(4,0) and (0,-8):
0=a(2)2+b(2)+c4a2b+c=0
0=a(4)+b(4)2+c16a+4b+c=0
8=a(0)+b(0)+cc=8
[4a2b8=016a+4b8=0]b=2,a=1
a=1,b=2,c=8
y(x)=x22x8

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