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Denali and Nate work for a dog walking business and are paid for each dog they walk. Denali is responsible for 16 dogs and Nate is responsible for 12 dogs. Under the company's new policy, they will be assigned or unassigned new dogs in groups of x dogs.
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Let and be two distinct polynomials with real coefficients such that the x-coordinate of the vertex of f is a root of g and the x-coordinate of the vertex of g is a root of f and both f and g have the same minimum value. If the
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Determine all real numbers a such that the inequality has exactly one solution in x.
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Solve for x.
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Suppose that the graph of 2x^2+y^2+8x-10y+c=0 consists of a single point. (In this case, we call the graph a degenerate ellipse.) Find c
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