POLQ 3 | Lesson 1 | Explore (Multiplying two Linear Functions) Example

The original equation was \(y = \dfrac{1}{2}(x+3)\)

another equation \(y = 2(x-2)\)

Table of values:  Notice that in the first two equations \(-c\) appears to be the \(x\) intercept. That is the red line and the blue line above.  When multiplied together the equation becomes a quadratic.


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