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What is the smallest distance between the origin and a point on the graph of $y=\dfrac{1}{\sqrt{2}}\left(x^2-3\right)$?

 Aug 3, 2021
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The smallest distance is sqrt(13)/5, so a + b = 18.

 Aug 3, 2021
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I entered that answer and it said it's wrong.

 Aug 3, 2021
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Guest is probably telling you that you need to do your own homework.

 

I have deleted most of your questions.  

Please stop using this as a cheat site. 

People here want to help others, they do not want to do all your homework for you.

 Aug 4, 2021

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