# Algebra

Which of the following is not a step in graphing a quadratic function?
A.
Find the equation for the axis of symmetry.
B.
Find the slope.
C.
Find the coordinates for the vertex.
D.
Plug in values for x around the vertex to get values of y

Is B correct?

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1. (B) the slope is not a constant. Every value is possible for the slope at some point on the curve.

you are correct.

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posted by Steve

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