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math my guy

this got math for unit 8

whats the formula used to find out how many time a parabola crosses the x-axis? b^2 x 4ac
what formula do you use to find the square in finding the square? (-b )^2 ( ---) ( 2a)
in the exponential formula when there is no y intercept what is it automatically? 1
what is the lineared function? y=mx+b
what do you do to the exponent when its multiplied by another exponent? the first exponent plus the second exponent
what do you do when the exponent is negative? you flip the exponent
what do you do when the exponent is in a parenthesis with an exponent on the outside ex- (x^2)^6 you multiply the exponents
what is anything to the power of zero? 1
what is the quadratic function? x=ax^2+bx=c
what is the exponential function? y=a x b^2
Created by: asomoza47