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# In the xy-plane shown, the shaded region consists of all points

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In the xy- plane shown, the shaded region consists of all points that lie above the graph of y = x^2 - 4x and below the x - axis. Does the point (a,b) (Not shown) lie in the shaded region if b<0 ?

(1) 0 < a < 4

(2) a^2 -4a < b

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19 Oct 2017, 23:11
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In the xy- plane shown, the shaded region consists of all points that lie above the graph of y = x^2 - 4x and below the x - axis. Does the point (a,b) (Not shown) lie in the shaded region if b<0 ?

(1) 0 < a < 4

(2) a^2 -4a < b

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