# Question 13 grade 10 40 write the standard form

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Question: 13Grade: 1.0 / 4.0Write the standard form equation of the parabola that passes throughif the vertex at the origin and the axis of symmetry is horizontal.Enter the equation of the parabola in the formorThe squared term must be entered in the first box (i.e., on the left side ofthe "=").The standard form equation is(50%)(50%).
1/1/2018Week 5 TestQuestion: 14Grade: 1.0 / 4.0Choose the equations of the graph's vertical and horizontal asymptotes.Your responseand
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1/1/2018Week 5 Test15/24Question: 15Grade: 1.0 / 4.0Identify the graph ofYour responseSolutionSketch the functionShift the graphunits to the left. Shift the graphunits up. Remember, ”If you add toy, go high, if you add togo west.”x,
1/1/2018Week 5 Test16/24Question: 16Grade: 1.0 / 4.0Find the vertical asymptote(s) of the function, if any.Complete the equation of the vertical asymptote. If there are multiple vertical asymptotes, separate the answers with semicolons (;). For example,if there are vertical asymptotes atx= 2 andx= 3, then enter "2;3". If there are no vertical asymptotes, enter "none".1;-4(100%)SolutionSet the denominator equal to 0 and solve forThus, the vertical asymptotes areandQuestion: 17Grade: 1.0 / 4.0Find the vertical asymptote(s) of the function, if any.Complete the equation of the vertical asymptote. If there are multiple vertical asymptotes, separate the answers with semicolons (;). For example,if there are vertical asymptotes atx= 2 andx= 3, then enter "2;3". If there are no vertical asymptotes, enter "none".

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