I think the answer would be 56. Bc the first job has 8 different people who could get the job and then once someone is chosen for that slot the next teaching position only has 7 candidates. So you would take 8*7 which equals 56.
The correct answer is D
28 ways to fill the 2 positions
There are 8 people who can fill the first position and then there are 7 people who can fill the second position (since the first position is filled)
8 * 7 = 56
But order does not matter, so we divide by the number of positions
(-1,0) and (4,0) are x-intercepts.
x-intercepts are all points on the x-axis.
points (-1,0) and (4,0) are both x -intercepts.
40 x 50 = 2000