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In Problems 7–22, solve each inequality.
The given inequality has no solution.
The given inequality is 4x2+9<6x.
Match each graph to one the following functions.
In Problems 25–32, use the given functions f and g.
(a) f(x)=0(b) g(x)=0(c) f(x)=g(x)(d)f(x)>0
(e) g(x)≤0(f) f(x)>g(x)(g) f(x)≥1
f(x) = -x2+3g(x)=-3x+3
Graph the function f by starting with the graph of y=x2 and using transformations (shifting, compressing, stretching, and/or reflection). Verify your results using a graphing utility.
Hint: If necessary, write f in the form f(x)=a(x-h)2+k.
In Problems 21–28, determine whether the given function is linear or nonlinear. If it is linear, determine the equation of the line .
To complete the square of x2-5x, you add the number _______.
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