﻿ Is knowing the coordinates of the vertex of a parabola enough to determine the domain and range? a. No: we would  , 12.05.2021 09:00, megamorph

# Is knowing the coordinates of the vertex of a parabola enough to determine the domain and range? a. No: we would have no information about the domain b. No: we would need to know if the vertex is a minimum or a maximum c. Yes: if the vertex is at (m, n), then the domain is all reals and the range is y < n. d. Yes: if the vertex is at (m, n), then the domain is all reals and the maximum range is y > n. ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00, hendersontianna05
Pat listed all the numbers that have 15 as a multiple write the numbers in pats list Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:00, Isaiahgardiner5143
Arefrigeration system at your company uses temperature sensors fixed to read celsius (°c) values, but the system operators in your control room understand only the fahrenheit scale. you have been asked to make a fahrenheit (°f) label for the high temperature alarm, which is set to ring whenever the system temperature rises above –10°c. what fahrenheit value should you write on the label? The number of members f(x) in a local swimming club increased by 30% every year over a period of x years. the function below shows the relationship between f(x) and x: f(x) = 10(1.3)xwhich of the following graphs best represents the function? graph of f of x equals 1.3 multiplied by 10 to the power of x graph of exponential function going up from left to right in quadrant 1 through the point 0, 0 and continuing towards infinity graph of f of x equals 10 multiplied by 1.3 to the power of x graph of f of x equals 1.3 to the power of x Mathematics, 22.06.2019 02:10, kallie862
The price of one share of a company’s stock declined \$13.89 every day for 2.5 days what was the stocks total decline in price
Do you know the correct answer?
Is knowing the coordinates of the vertex of a parabola enough to determine the domain and range? a....

### Questions in other subjects:          Total solved problems on the site: 13569128