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county fair. Suppose the
points are handed out whenever you post answers.
brainliest answers are handed out by the person asking the question, so whether your answer is picked depends entirely on whether the asker bothers to pick
if you're asking about your rank, it depends on having a certain number of points and a certain number of brainliest answers. for example, at the time of this writing, i have 44338 points out of 15000 needed for the next (nearly triple the requirement! ) but i only have 24 out of 50 required brainliest answers. this number decays, meaning after a certain amount of time (i think about a month), the total number of brainliest answers you've earned doesn't count toward this total. (i've been stuck at the same rank for a long
the lesson to learn here is that you shouldn't worry about points or rank. chances are, no matter how good an answer you may provide, your efforts will go mostly unnoticed unless you focus on the newest/most active questions that get posted.
answer: no, but if it does it's a obvious pattern.
answer: the answer is ann
(1, –1), (16, –4), (36, –6)
given that the function is
this can also be written as
we have to graph this function and check which list of points lie on the graph
see attachment for graph:
we find that the points lying are (1,-1) (16,-4) and (36,-6)
since square root is there we find that x can only be posiitve but y can be since square root both positive and negative.