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    Quote Originally Posted by Delight33 View Post
    It is just funny to see the type of things they are teaching our children in school. It is a big difference from what they had taught us way back when.
    No wonder they think they're smarter than us. They actually are!
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    Quote Originally Posted by groovy View Post
    Is there really 2 terms?
    (Yes) A number with any variable(s) beside it, or a number by itself are called Terms.
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    #63  
    Quote Originally Posted by Delight33 View Post
    Yes their are
    Sorry to bust out the grammar police on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rush View Post
    (Yes) A number with any variable(s) beside it, or a number by itself, are called Terms.
    Actually, I was just commenting on the subject-verb disagreement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex.dobeck View Post
    Well if you want to get technical what he said is closest to 'how many vertebrates do they have' so the question doesn't make sense, unless he's asking have as in give birth to, then it'd depend on if giraffes can give birth to multiple young at the same time.
    Hah... you got it... because a Giraffe is a vertebrate... I suppose multiple young, or possibly pets could count. :P But then you are getting into semantics about the use of the word have.
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    phone a friend
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    A parabola with vertex (2,0) and axis of symmetry parallel to the y-axis, passes through (3,1) and (-3,t). Find the value of t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delight33 View Post
    A parabola with vertex (2,0) and axis of symmetry parallel to the y-axis, passes through (3,1) and [COLOR="Red"](-3[/COLOR],t). Find the value of t.
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