Hey, this is a copy of CPhill's answer! And, this is asking for the consonants.

Sure, but no need to post that, if another user has given the same answer. I know you are showing a different way.

Wait, this circle intersects the two axes at several points, whereas no point with x=0 or y=0 lies on the graph of the original equation

oops, yeah. Good job, CPhill!

Thank you, CPhill! Now I understand better!

Yes, is it 5 pairs?

Oh, I got it! Thanks!

1 minutes, 36/2=12 miles. So, 12 miles per minute.

Thanks!

Do you plug a value of x? Like, 6?

And, what do you do if you know k(x) is greater than 2.

Ok, and k(x) has to be greater than 2?

In \(\left(\frac{1+i}{\sqrt{2}}\right)^{46}\) , we can apply exponent rule, \((\frac{a}{b})^c=\frac{a^c}{b^c}\) . If we do it here, we will get: \(\frac{(1+i)^46}{2^{23}}\) .\(\)