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State whether the given equation represents a linear, quadratic, or exponential function. Tell how you decided.

y = -8x2 + 4

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    If the 2 is an exponent, it is indicated online as

    y = -8x^2 + 4 where x^2 = x squared

    Does that give you a hint?

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    I think I understand better. Thanks for your help. I think it is a quadratic function. Is this correct?

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