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# Is A positive? 1. x^2-2*x+A is positive for all x 2. A*x^2+1

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Is A positive?
1. x^2-2*x+A is positive for all x
2. A*x^2+1 is positive for all x
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26 Dec 2007, 09:35
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26 Dec 2007, 09:46
young_gun wrote:
Is A positive?
1. x^2-2*x+A is positive for all x
2. A*x^2+1 is positive for all x

i think the answer is (B).
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26 Dec 2007, 15:38
so did we ever finalize and justify how the OA is A ?

For stat 1, i was just able to narrow it down to the fact that A > x(2-x)
26 Dec 2007, 15:38
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