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Interpreting Quadratic Functions in Standard Form

Interpreting Quadratic Functions in Standard Form 1.7 - Solution

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a

The minimum point has the coordinates Let's mark it! Since it is a minimum the curve will go upwards on both sides.

The zeros are and That is where the graph crosses the -axis. We extend the blue graph so that it intersects the -axis at the proper places.

b

We will begin by marking the zeros in a coordinate system.

The -intercept is Let's also mark this point. We then draw a parabola through the points.