**Which Equation Could Generate The Curve In The Graph Below?**. Option first is correct that is equation in option 1 represents the given graph. Let's start with first equation:

We have been give the graph. Which equation could generate the curve in the graph below? If there is only one real solution then determinant =0.

### Let's Start With First Equation:

Now we find out the equation that has determinant 0. So the given graph is of the equation: Equation being quadratic therefore the graph is in parabolic shape.

### Which Equation Could Generate The Curve In The Graph Below?

The graph touches the x axis at only one point. In order to find which equation could generate the curve, we can take each option and verify if delta if greater than zero because we have 2 intersection points with ox and if those intersection points are both negative (the intersection point are the solution of the equation). We have been give the graph.

### Which Could Be The Function Graphed Below?

Which equation could generate the curve in the graph below? So there is only one real solution. In order to find which equation could generate the curve, we can take each option and verify if delta if greater than zero because we have 2 intersection points with ox and if those intersection points are both negative (the intersection point are the solution of the equation).

### And Option 2,3 Ad 4 Are Discarded.

Y = 2x^2 + 8x + 8. If there is only one real solution then determinant =0. The financial planner for a beauty products manufacturer develops the system of equations below to determine how many combs must be sold to generate a profit.

### Therefore, The Coordinates Of The Vertex Would Be Both Positive.

Which equation could generate the curve in the graph below? The linear equation models the income, in dollars, from selling x plastic combs; The curve has been attached and the answer choices are: