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Posted by -Untamed- on Thursday, November 24, 2011 at 9:22pm.

Analyzing Quadratic Functions

describe how the graphs of the following functions relate to the graph of y=x^2.

Could someone please tell me what that means? I sort of understand it, but I want to get it perfectly straight.

y = (x+5)^2

Since it's in the brackets, that would mean go five units horizontally. And would it go negative because doesn't it go in the opposite direction?:S

y = x^2-7. Is -7 the slope?

y = 5+(x-2)^2. This one is confusing.

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