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By the distance formula, this condi­ tion is (y + (y - 2)2 4y + 4 = IOy + 25, I +9 - 4y + 5 IOy + 34, y = - 29). Answer The line y = 29). • = = (x,(x, d2 (x,di = d2 , = = (x - 3)2 + 5)2, (x - 1)2 + x2 -6x + y2 + x2 -2x + + y2 -2x = -6x + n(4x n(4x - Midpoints Jn Example I , we found the perpendicular bisector of a line segment PQ by solving a locus problem. There is a different approach: If we knew the midpoint M of PQ, we could write the equation of the line through M and perpendi­ cular to PQ.

X2• 50 1 . FUNCT I O N S A N D G RAPHS Factor Theorem off (x). f(x) = (x - r)g(x), where g(x) is a polynomial of degree n - 1. 11, and let x = r be a zero I We can interpret the Factor Theorem as a statement about dividing out zeros: If /(x) has degree n and/(r) = 0, then/(x) is divisible by (x - r); hence (x) g(x) = J_" x-r is 2 polynomial of degree n - I. It may happen that the quotient g(x) also has x = r as a zero. In that case x - r can divided out of g(x), so g(x) f (x) x - r (;· _ r)2 is a polynomial.

EXAMPLE 4 Graph y = (x 2)(x l) Sohltion The graph is undefined at x = - 2 and x = 1 . - 2,Thebutfuncti not atonxis=positive 0: • + _ = y•O 1 undefined y>O yO x at the behavior ofthe function near the critical points x = 0, - 2, and 1. NearNext,x =look 0, the curve like 1 x2 = - x22 . y= (0 + 2 )(0 - 1) Near, x - 2 the curve is like Y = ( ( -2 2)2 1) x 1 2 = - 43 x +1 2 (1 )2 1 = 1 1 . Near x = 1, it is like y = -(1 2) -x - 1 3 -x-1 2 2 x = x Finally, since y = (x + 2)(x - 1) x 2 + x - 2 ' is = _ + _,,,, J!

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