Examples vary;
you might want to look at the director of curves.

The problems called

**WHAT IS WRONG?** , if
anything, are really enhanced true/false questions. That
is, simply saying "true" or "false" is not sufficient --
you need to provide reasoning as well.

Look to Example
1 for general concepts and Example 2 for details.

Look to Example
1 for general concepts and Example 2 for details. As you
compare each part, you should check out Examples 3 and 4.

Remember that a
fractional exponent is a radical. Look to Example 1 for
general concepts and Example 2 for details.

These examples
are extensions of what you did in Problems 21-28. In other
words, these are translations of simpler curves.

Before you work
these problems, take some time going through the details
of Example 5.

Since

*A*
=

*xy*, you know

* y *=

*A*/

*x*. Use
this for parts a and

*b*.