Just by looking at y = −x 2 + 1, how do you know that it does not graph a line? A) x is squared. B) There is no constant term. C) There is an increase of 1.
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Just by looking at y = −x 2 + 1, how do you know that it does not graph a line? A) x is squared. B) There is no constant term. C) There is an increase of 1. D) The coefficient is − 1.
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1. User Answers apologiabiology
answer is x is squared
A
that would make a parabola
A is the answer