Algebra 2

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How would you graphy this question and also solve for the intercepts:

y=2(x-3)^2-1

  • Algebra 2 -

    I'd graph it by
    a) recognizing that it is a parabola, opening up
    b) noting the vertex is at (3,-1)
    c) the y-intercept is (0,17)
    d) so, by symmetry is (6,17)

    That should enable you to sketch the graph

    x-intercepts are where

    x = 3 +/- 1/√2

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