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Unformatted text preview: on Axis of symmetry: x = (x value of the vertex) Graphing in Standard Form y = 2x2 ­ 8x + 6 2 a2 ch 5 5.1 notes.notebook October 30, 2013 y = ­x2 + x + 12 y = 2x2 ­ 12x + 19 3 a2 ch 5 5.1 notes.notebook October 30, 2013 Graphing in Vertex Form Vertex Form: y = a(x ­ h)2 + k Vertex: (h, k) Line of symmetry: x = h Examples y = 2(x ­ 1)2 + 3 4 a2 ch 5 5.1 notes.notebook October 30, 2013 y = ­1/2 (x + 3)2 + 4 y = ­(x + 5)2 + 2 5 a2 ch 5 5.1 notes.notebook October 30, 2013 Graph in intercept form Graph f(x) = ­(x + 2)(x ­ 4) Graph in intercept form Graph f(x) = 2(x ­ 3)(x + 1) 6 a2 ch 5 5.1 notes.notebook October 30, 2013 Write Quadratic Functions in Standard Form 1. y = ­(x + 4)(x ­ 9) 2. y = 3(x ­ 1)2 + 8 Write Quadratic Functions in Standard Form 3. y = ­4(x + 2)2 ­ 7 4. y = ­3(x + 1)(x ­ 5) 7...
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