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Let y=3(x4)^2 3
a) Show that y=3x^2 24x +45
b) For the graph of y find both x intercepts by solving the equation 3x^2 24x +45 =0
A) direction of opening
B) x intercepts
C) y intercept
D) Axis of Symmetry
E) Vertex
F) max or min

Steve
take a look at
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=3%28x4%29^2+3+
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