satellite73:

hello rrainis1

4 weeks ago
bm717:

Hello :)

4 weeks ago
rrainis1:

Hi, give me a minute to post a question

4 weeks ago
satellite73:

\[\sum\frac{1}{n^2}=\frac{\pi^2}{6}\]

4 weeks ago
satellite73:

just seeing if i remember how to type latex

4 weeks ago
rrainis1:

Given that a function is reflected across the x-axis and we know the points (3,-7), (7,-8), and (2,9) are on the curve, what points must lie on the reflection?

4 weeks ago
daDreamersHERE:

HIIIII

4 weeks ago
satellite73:

oops

4 weeks ago
satellite73:

boy was that wrong leave the \(x\) values alone. change \(y\) to \(-y\) so for example \((3,-7)\) becomes \((3,7)\)

4 weeks ago
rrainis1:

Okay

4 weeks ago
Allison:

Helloooo

4 weeks ago
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