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In A Y = Ax^2 B. Y =(x-H)^2 C. Y =x^2 and D.Y = A(x-H)^2 +K how would you find the vertex and the points?

In A Y = Ax^2 B. Y =(x-H)^2 C. Y =x^2 and D.Y = A(x-H)^2 +K how would you find the vertex and the points?

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