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Describing Quadratic Functions

Describing Quadratic Functions 1.1 - Solution

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One way to find the -intercept of a quadratic function given in vertex form is to express the equation in standard form and identify the constant term. In the standard form equation, is the constant term and the -intercept is Let's simplify the right-hand side of the given equation!
The constant term of the standard form is Therefore, the -intercept is