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Describing Quadratic Functions

To find the function's zeros, put the function equal to : The zeros are the solutions to the equation, which we solve with the quadratic formula.
Solve using the quadratic formula
The graph of the function then intersects the -axis at the points, and , and exactly halfway between these points, we find the axis of symmetry: We found the zeros and and the axis of symmetry