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For questions 1 and 2, use integer values of x from –3 to 3 to graph the equation.
1. y = –2x2 + 3 (1 point)

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    Use the following points for graphing:

    (X,Y)
    (-3,-15)
    (-2,-5)
    (-1,1)
    V(0,3)
    (1,1)
    (2,-5)
    (3,-15).

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