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Some hard ALgebra 2 problems

  1. Apr 8, 2004 #1
    Consider the equation y=a(x-r1)(x+r2) for problem 2 & 4.
    Problem 2. State the coordinates of the vertex.
    Problem 4. State the value of the discruminant.

    Problem 14. Solve: sqrt(x-4) + 10 = sqrt(x+4)





    Problem 22.
    Find integers b and c such that the equation x^3+bx^2+cx-10=0 has -2+i as a root.

    Problem 23. If P(x) is a cibic polynomial such that P(-3)=P(-1)=P(2)=0 and P(0)=6, find P(x).
     
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  3. Apr 9, 2004 #2
    Have you even tried solving these problems? Can you please show us your work?
     
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