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1. if the equation |x|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the area of that region?





2. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the maximum area of that region?



3. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the minimum area of that region?





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bmwhype2 wrote:
1. if the equation |x|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the area of that region?


This equation shows that max and min value for x or y are 5 and -5. With this, there are four points that will form a square on a graph. Thos points are (0,5),(5,0),(0,-5),(-5,0). From there, I just solved for the Area of the triangle formed in one quadrant and mulitiplied by 4.

Area(square) = 4(1/2)(5)(5) = 50


bmwhype2 wrote:
2. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the maximum area of that region?



3. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the minimum area of that region?


I don't think this is the right equation.
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bmwhype2 wrote:
1. if the equation |x|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the area of that region?


This equation shows that max and min value for x or y are 5 and -5. With this, there are four points that will form a square on a graph. Thos points are (0,5),(5,0),(0,-5),(-5,0). From there, I just solved for the Area of the triangle formed in one quadrant and mulitiplied by 4.

Area(square) = 4(1/2)(5)(5) = 50


bmwhype2 wrote:
2. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the maximum area of that region?



3. if the equation |2|+ |y| = 5 encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the minimum area of that region?


I don't think this is the right equation.


i made the last two up. they are solveable. It's infinity.
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