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How can I find the answers to these:
x2 + y2 = 29
y - x = 3
I can do these when there's no ^2 terms by cancelling by now I'm confused
Doing a practice assignment right now and I'm very confused on how one would do this
Determine an equation for the family of functions, in simplified form, of a quartic with the following zeros -2 (plus or minus) square root 3 and 4 (plus or minus) square root 3
Determine an equation for the family member whose graph passes through the point (-1, 1). (2 marks)