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Infinite Algebra 2 - Graphing Quadratic Equations in Vertex Form Created Date: 1/29/2019 10:27:55 PM ...
Tick the equation form you wish to explore and move the sliders. Which key features relate directly to each form? (vertex, axis of symmetry, roots, y-intercept) Can the graphs of quadratic functions always be represented algebraically in the 3 forms?
Answers to Graphing Parabolas - Standard Form (ID: 2) 1) 522) 143) 854) 8 5) {2, - 13 3} 6) {3 + i151 16, 3 - i151 16} 7) {7 + 733 18, 7 - 733 18} 8) {-7 + 445 18, -7 - 445 18} 9) x y-8-6-4-22468-8-6-4-2 2 4 6 8Vertex: (3, -1) Axis of Sym.: x = 3 Opens: Down Max value = -1 y-int: - 11 2 x-int: None 10) x y-8-6-4-22468-8-6-4-2 2 4 6 8Vertex: (-5 ...