# math

point of symmetry?
2(x-7)(X+3)
and vertex?

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1. This is a parabola. The axis of symmetry is midway between the roots, or the line
x = 2

There is no point of symmetry, just an axis.

The vertex is at (2,-50)

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posted by Steve
2. but the anwer is (-3,0)(7,0)
how can i get that?

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posted by Riana

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