How are the zeros of f related to the vertical asymptotes of g?

  1. You will compare the graph of a polynomial function with the graph of its reciprocal function. Consider f(x) = x^2 – 3x – 10 and the reciprocal function g(x)= 1/ x^2 – 3x – 10.

    How are the zeros of f related to the vertical asymptotes of g?

    Answer by Ed I
    Where the graph of the polynomial function has zeros, its reciprocal function has vertical asymptotes.

  2. What is your favorite temperature? Mine is 68 degrees F.
    I can wear a pair of jeans and a nice hoodie and i feel comfortable.
    I like warm weather but at about 78 degrees F I start to feel uncomfortable in Jeans and I have to switch to shorts.
    What is you favorite temperature and why?

    Answer by zp055att
    I’ve always said when you can wear “a” flannel shirt with a regular pair of jeans not insulated that’s perfect. I’d say about 68 with a very mild breeze is just about right. I live in an area that had a -50 degree day (with the wind chill factored in) last year so I know what uncomfortable is. Given that I guess I’d take the heat!

  3. At air shows you watch the F-22 turn 180 degrees one way then turn 180 degrees back the other way pointing its nose wherever it wants but does not stall or lose control. How? Any other aircraft would stall correct? Or am I completely wrong about an aircraft stalling in that situation?

    Answer by FRANK KORNACKER JR
    Some of the Jets SWIVEL, allowing them to point straight down so the Aircraft looks like it is hanging in the Sky. Remarkable!

  4. What is your favorite temperature? Mine is 68 degrees F.
    I can wear a pair of jeans and a nice hoodie and i feel comfortable.
    I like warm weather but at about 78 degrees F I start to feel uncomfortable in Jeans and I have to switch to shorts.
    What is you favorite temperature and why?

    Answer by kathy p
    my favorite temp. is about 75 degrees F. you can wear pants or shorts depending on what you are doing. but i prefer the cooler temps. you can put more clothes on to get warm but you can’t take enough off to get cool.

  5. I am an international student on an F-1 Visa and I am graduating with a business degree in May. What all do I need to know and do in order to be able to stay in the country and work for a few years? Thanks.

    Answer by Yak Rider
    You need to talk with your schools’ international student adviser about doing a year of OPT. The job you find must be directly related to your degree. One year is all you get.

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