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Annielock
Algebra

i really need help with this questions... im struggling to get the answer, if anyone could help, it would be great! it says: the graph of y=kx-3 intersects the graph of y=x^2+8x at two distinct points for: A)k=11 B)k>8 + 2sqrt(3) or k<8 - 2*sqrt(3) C) 5<=k<=6 D) 8 - 2*sqrt(3)<=k<=8+s*sqrt(3) E)k=5 Thanks in advance! Annie


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StudyclixVIC
Hi Annie, Thanks for your interesting message! Here is my suggested solution below (just click on the PDF) Any further questions let me know. Kind regards, George.
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