# college algebra

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determine the quadratic function f whose graph is given.
the vertex is (1,-3)
y intercept is -2

please show work so i can see how this is done, thank you!

• college algebra -

For a vertex of (1,-3) the equation is
Y= a(x-1)^2 - 3
But (0,-2)lies on it, so
-2 = a(0-1)^2 -3
1 = a

Y = (x-1)^2 - 3

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