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I'm just joking.

I actually imagine more of a Nic Cage in Leaving Las Vegas without the personality or the sexy prostitute. Take care of yourself buddy.

I actually imagine more of a Nic Cage in Leaving Las Vegas without the personality or the sexy prostitute. Take care of yourself buddy.

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infinity

3x=18 raised to the power of 2 is 36 + 7 is 43

=(3(x-5)(x-5))+7

=(3(x²-10x+25))+7

=(3x²-30x+75)+7

=3x²-30x+82

3x²-30x+82=0

x=-30+/-((-30)²-4(3*82))^1/2)/2(3)

x=5+i(7/3)^1/2, x=5-i(7/3)^1/2

A one-to-one function is a function in which each output value corresponds to exactly one input value. This is a quadratic function and a parabola. Its graph can be intersected with a horizontal line and the same output can be found at reflected positive and negative input values. Therefore it cannot be a one-to-one function.

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infinity

f(x)=3(x-5)²+7

=(3(x-5)(x-5))+7

=(3(x²-10x+25))+7

=(3x²-30x+75)+7

=3x²-30x+82

3x²-30x+82=0

x=-30+/-((-30)²-4(3*82))^1/2)/2(3)

x=5+i(7/3)^1/2, x=5-i(7/3)^1/2

A one-to-one function is a function in which each output value corresponds to exactly one input value. This is a quadratic function and a parabola. Its graph can be intersected with a horizontal line and the same output can be found at reflected positive and negative input values. Therefore it cannot be a one-to-one function.

=(3(x-5)(x-5))+7

=(3(x²-10x+25))+7

=(3x²-30x+75)+7

=3x²-30x+82

3x²-30x+82=0

x=-30+/-((-30)²-4(3*82))^1/2)/2(3)

x=5+i(7/3)^1/2, x=5-i(7/3)^1/2

A one-to-one function is a function in which each output value corresponds to exactly one input value. This is a quadratic function and a parabola. Its graph can be intersected with a horizontal line and the same output can be found at reflected positive and negative input values. Therefore it cannot be a one-to-one function.

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RemyRoux and BUTCHER 206