Algebra 2
posted by Erin .
How would you graphy this question and also solve for the intercepts:
y=2(x3)^21

I'd graph it by
a) recognizing that it is a parabola, opening up
b) noting the vertex is at (3,1)
c) the yintercept is (0,17)
d) so, by symmetry is (6,17)
That should enable you to sketch the graph
xintercepts are where
x = 3 +/ 1/√2
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