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https://www.desmos.com/calculator/a9nmbt5dcn

 

it would help on how to color in places in desmos

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 Mar 14, 2021
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That is really cool guest :)

 Mar 14, 2021
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That is really cool!! laughlaugh

 

One way to color in something is to do an inequality like this:

 

\(x^{2}+\left(y-20\right)^{2}\le60\left\{y\ge21.8\right\}\)

 

(Changed the equal sign to a  ≤  for your hat  smileysmiley)

 Mar 15, 2021
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Thanks Hectictar   laugh

 

Sorry guest, I did not realize that you were asking a question.

 Mar 15, 2021

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