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let f(x) be the ratio of 2 quadratic polynomials if f(0) =6 and f(x) assumes turning values 3 and 4 at x=2 and x= -2 respectively.find 5f(1)

let f(x) be the ratio of  2 quadratic polynomials if f(0) =6 and f(x) assumes turning values 3 and 4 at x=2 and x= -2 respectively.find 5f(1)

Grade:12

3 Answers

amrit ojha
18 Points
9 years ago

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Arpit Jaiswal
31 Points
8 years ago

by seeing the question i can tell this is not the possible answer, which amrit gave..

AJ

ankitesh gupta
63 Points
8 years ago

LET THE RATIO BE F(X)=AX2+BX+C SINCE WE KNOW F(0)=6 AND F(2)=3 AND F(-2)=4 SUBSTITUTE THE VALUES OF X AND GET THE VALUE OF A,B,C THEN FIND THE VALUE OF F(1) BY SUSTITUTING THE VALUES OF A,B,C AND X=1 THEN GET YOUR ANSWER.

 

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