Wkst.Lesson3.1

# Wkst.Lesson3.1 - y-intercept of 10 Convert each function to...

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Worksheet Lesson Section 3.1 Find the following for each quadratic equation. (a) vertex (b) direction of opening (c) equation for axis of symmetry (d) y-intercept (e) x-intercepts, if possible (f) maximum or minimum value and where it occurs 1) 2 1 y x = - 2) 2 6 3 y x x = + - 3) 2 ( ) 2 6 20 f x x x = - - + 4) 2 1 9 2 2 ( ) ( 2) f x x = - - Find the equation for a quadratic function in standard form 2 ( ( ) ( ) ) f x a x h k = - + . 5) Vertex at (2, 2), passing through point (0, 0) 6) Vertex at (3, 5), passing through point (9, 2) 7) Vertex at ( 2,3) - , x -intercept of 1 8) Vertex at (4, 7),

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Unformatted text preview: y-intercept of 10 Convert each function to standard form 2 ( ( ) ( ) ) f x a x h k =-+ 9) 2 ( ) 4 5 f x x x = + + 10) 2 6 8 y x x = -+-11) 2 ( ) 4 16 10 f x x x = -+-12) 2 ( ) 2 4 3 f x x x =--13) 2 1 2 2 y x x = + Find the equation for the axis of symmetry. Then determine another point that would correspond to the given point that has the same y coordinate. 14) 2 ( ) 2( 5) 2, (3,10) f x x =-+ 15) 2 3 6 1, ( 1,10) y x x =-+-16) 2 ( ) ( 1) , (5, 36) f x x = -+-...
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## This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course MA 152 taught by Professor Owendavis during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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