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Table 302 Selected values for graphing the functions y = x 2 1 and y = x 2 + 1 Bold entries indicate real solutions x2 1 3 0 1 0 3 x 2 + 1 3 0 1 0 3
x 2 1 0 1 2 Question 284 When we compare the systems stated in Questions 282 and 283 and graphed in Figs 303 and 304, we can see that the curves have the same shapes in both situations But in the second case, the upwardopening parabola has been moved vertically down by 1 unit, while the downwardopening parabola has been moved vertically up by 1 unit This has caused the single intersection point (Fig 303) to break in two (Fig 304) What will happen if we move the upwardopening parabola, shown by the solid curve, further down, and move the downwardopening parabola, shown by the dashed curve, further up by the same distance How will the equations in the system change if we do this Answer 284 If we move the parabolas this way, the intersection points will move farther from each other The negative xvalue of one real solution will become more negative, and the positive xvalue ( 1,0) (1,0) Figure 304 Illustration for Answer 283 The first function
is graphed as a solid curve; the second function is graphed as a dashed curve Realnumber solutions appear as points where the curves intersect On both axes, each increment is 1 unit Part Three 533
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Figure 305 Illustration for Answer 284 The first function
is graphed as a solid curve; the second function is graphed as a dashed curve Realnumber solutions appear as points where the curves intersect On both axes, each increment is 1 unit of the other real solution will become more positive to the same extent The yvalues of both solutions will remain at 0; the points will stay on the x axis Figure 305 shows an example On both axes, each increment represents 1 unit The standalone constants in the equations will change The negative constant in the first equation will become more negative, and the positive constant in the second equation will become more positive to the same extent Question 285 Let s modify the system presented in Question 284 and graphed in Fig 305 Suppose that we move the upwardopening parabola even further straight down, but leave the downwardopening parabola in the same place What will happen to the solution points How will the equations in the system change Answer 285 The intersection points will move even farther from each other The negative xvalue of one real solution will become more negative, and the positive xvalue of the other real solution will become more positive to the same extent The yvalues of both solutions will become negative to an equal extent The solution points will move off the x axis into the third and fourth quadrants of the coordinate plane This assumes that we move the upwardopening parabola exactly in the negativey direction Figure 306 shows an example On both axes, each increment represents 1 unit The negative constant in the first equation will become more negative, and the positive constant in the second equation will stay the same Question 286 Consider the system of equations we solved in Answer 276: y = (x + 1)2

