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Name: Quintravis Rogers Date: 10/8/2019 School: MPS VSP Facilitator: Ross. J 3.07 Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions This task requires you to create a graph. You have several options: · Use the Word tools; · Draw the graph by hand, then photograph or scan your graph; or · Use the Geo Gebra linked on the Task page of the lesson to create the graph; then, insert a screenshot of the graph into this task. For each function, identify the vertex, domain, range, and axis of symmetry. Answer yes or no to whether there is a vertical stretch, vertical compression, or reflection over the x-axis. Then, choose the correct graph for each function from the choices below. You will not use all of the graphs. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F)
(G) (H) (I) 1. y = -( x + 4) 2 – 4 Vertex: ( -4 , -4 ) Domain: (- ∞, ∞) Range: (-∞ , -4] Axis of Symmetry: x = - 4 Vertical stretch: no Vertical compression: no Graph: D Reflection over the x-axis: yes Show work for the second point here: Second Point: ( -3 ,-5 ) 2. y = 3( x – 1) 2 Vertex: ( 1 ,0) Domain: (- ∞, ∞), Range: [0 , ∞) Axis of Symmetry: x = 1 Vertical stretch: yes Vertical compression: no