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Does the curry y=b(x-2)^2+c lie completely above the x axis?

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Does the curry y=b(x-2)^2+c lie completely above the x axis?

I. b>0, c<0
II. b>2, c<2
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28 Feb 2019, 23:40
kiran120680 wrote:
Does the curry y=b(x-2)^2+c lie completely above the x axis?

I. b>0, c<0
II. b>2, c<2

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