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Find the axis of symmetry using

y=x2−6x+10

x=−2ab

and find the vertex that belongs with this function

y=x2−6x+10

Find the axis of symmetry using

y=−x2−8x+12

x=−2ab

and find the vertex that belongs with this function

y=−x2−8x+12

Find the axis of symmetry

y=(x+5)(x−3)

and find the vertex

y=(x+5)(x−3)

Find the axis of symmetry

y=2x(x−3)

and find the vertex

y=2x(x−3)

Complete the square

y=x2+12x−25

Complete the square and find the axis of symmetry

y=x2−2x+14

Give the points of intersection with the x-axis from the function

f(x)=(x+2)(x−3)

Up or downward?

f(x)=(x+2)(x−3)

Give the points of intersection with the x-axis from the function

g(x)=2(x+2)(x−3)

Up or downward?

g(x)=2(x+2)(x−3)

Give the points of intersection with the x-axis from the function

h(x)=−2(x−2)(x+3)

Up or downward?

h(x)=−2(x−2)(x+3)

witch function is the narrowest f(x) or g(x)?

f(x)=(x+2)(x−3)

g(x)=2(x+2)(x−3)

witch function is the narrowest f(x) or g(x)?

f(x)=(x+2)(x−3)

g(x)=21(x+2)(x−3)

witch function is the narrowest f(x) or g(x)?

f(x)=−2(x+2)(x−3)

g(x)=2(x+2)(x−3)

The graph of the function f(x)=2(x-s)(x-t) passes through the points (-6,0) and (3,0)

1. Write down the correct formula.

1. Write down the correct formula.

The function from the slide earlier is f(x)=2(x+6)(x-3)

2. Write down the equation for the axis of symmetry

2. Write down the equation for the axis of symmetry

From the graph of the function f(x)=2(x+6)(x-3) the equation for the axis of symmetry is y= -4.5

3. Calculate the coordinates of the vertex

3. Calculate the coordinates of the vertex