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Axis of Symmetry

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Axis of Symmetry

All parabolas are symmetric – there exists a line that divides the graph into two mirror images. For quadratic functions, that line is called the axis of symmetry.


The axis of symmetry is always parallel to the axis, intersects the vertex of the parabola, and is written as a vertical line, where can be any real number.