we are given an expression 6x² + 6x +1 = 0 and we are asked what it the reason why the expression is not considered a perfect square. the answer is the letter "b" which is 6x² +6x +1. the number 6 is not a composite number.
the graph of g(x)=⌊x⌋−3 is the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋ shifted down 3 units.
g(x) = ⌊x⌋−3 = f(x) -3
when we add or subtract from the function, this is a shift up or down
since we are subtracting this is a shift down of 3
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