Posted by **Kon** on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 9:39am.

It is given a quadratic function y=a(x-h)62+k.If its graph is a parabola with x=2 as its axis of symmetry,and it passes through the two points(3,7)and(4,11)

(a)what isthe value of the constant h?

(b)find the values of the constants a and k,and write down the quadratic function.

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