There are two types of solutions to this problem which are x=1+320 = 5 and x=1-320= 10

2.
a. The solution for this equation just by looking at the graph is (-2.3,0) and (0,6.3) b. This is a maximum function. The reason how I obtain my answer is because it is at the peak of the parabola c. (2, 9)

d. the equation is x=2

3.
a. s= -16t^2+64t+25
b. 73 Feet
Show my work:
S= -16◦(1)^2+64◦(1)+25
S= -16+64+25
S=73 feet

C Answer is 2 seconds

Show my work:
.-b2a= -642(-16)= -64/-32=2 seconds

d. Answer is 89 feet

Show my work
S= -16*(2)^2+64*(2)+25
S= 64+128+25= 89 feet

4. a.

x| y|
-2| 4|
-1| 0|
0| -2|
1| -2|
2| 0|
3| 4|
Show my work

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1.
a. x-4x=-6
A) 1
B) -10
C) -6
X^2-10x-24=0
(X-4) (x+6)
X-4=0 x=4
X+6=0 x+-6
b. x=7+4=5.5 x=7-4=1.5
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x=-b±b2-4ac2a
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2.
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