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    Ti-Nspire CAS Vertex to Standard Form

    Hey guys.

    I have a Ti-Nspire CAS and wanted to know how I can make an equation go from Vertex to Standard form, or if there's a program that'll help me do it. Please let me know. Thanks.
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    Re: Ti-Nspire CAS Vertex to Standard Form

    Just use the "expand" function in calculator mode.
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    Re: Ti-Nspire CAS Vertex to Standard Form

    I tried.i put in expand(x^2+12x+32) and it came back as x^2+12x+32
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    Re: Ti-Nspire CAS Vertex to Standard Form

    $y=x^2+12x+32$ is in standard form ... to get it in vertex form, graph it and locate the vertex coordinates $(h,k)$ by calculating a function minimum (or maximum depending on the parabola) ... vertex form is $y=(x-h)^2+k$ for a quadratic with leading coefficient $a=1$.
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