because we cannot see the function, and do not know it's coordinates, we can set the value of x equal to 1, and then 3, and use the coordinate pairs to solve for the rate of change (slope).
our first coordinate pair is 1, 20.
our second coordinate pair is 3, 500.
now, apply the slope formula:
500 - 20 / 3 - 1
480 / 2
240the correct answer is c, or 240.
by using the pythagoras theorem, it can be easily determined that whether the triangle is right triangle or not.
thus, where where a and b are the legs and c is the hypotenuse.
let a=6ft, b=21ft and c=23ft, then
which is not possible, therefore the given triangle is not right triangle because it does not satisfy the pythagoras theorem.
x = 2 is the vertical asymptote
y = 5 is the horizontal asymptote
the vertical asymptote is when it is undefined, or when the denominator is 0. this is when x = 2.
to find the horizontal asymptote, we need to find the value y can never be. notice 1/(x-2) is never 0, so when y = 5, that value has to be 0, but this is not possible, so y = 5 is the vertical asymptote.
the value of is 5.
firstly, we'll name as p the point of intersection between the internal line of the triangle (that comes from the point a) with the side bc.
by the angle bisector theorem, we can write the following relation