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Name:Desirae KrutDate:12/5/19School:HHSFacilitator:Ms, Piner3.07 Vertex Form of Quadratic FunctionsThis 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; orUse the GeoGebra linked on the Task page of the lesson to create the graph; then, insert ascreenshot of the graph into this task.For each function, identify the vertex, domain, range, and axis of symmetry.Answer yes orno 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 useall of the graphs.(A)(B)(C)(D)(E)(F)(G)(H)(I)
1.y= -(x+ 4)2– 4Vertex: (-4,-4)Domain:All real #Range:y-4Axis of Symmetry:x=-4Vertical stretch:noVertical compression:yesGraph:DReflection over the x-axis:yesShow work for the second point here:Second Point: (-3,-5)2.y= 3(x– 1)2Vertex: (1,0)Domain:All real #Range:y0Axis of Symmetry:x=1Vertical stretch:yes

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