-State the equation of the axis of symmetry for y= -3/5 (x-3)^

-State the concavity for y= -3/5 (x-3)^

-Determine the symmetrical points for y= -3/5^

-Describe the transformations that must be applied to the graph of y= x^ to get the graph of y= 5(x+6)^

-State the concavity for y= 5(x+6)^

-Determine two symmetrical points for y= 5(x+6)^

-Write a quadratic function for the graph if the vertex of the parabola is (-4, 0) and another point on the parabola is (-5, -6)

-Write an equation for a transformation on the graph y= x^ if the parabola is shifted down four units, vertically compressed by a factor of 7/9, reflected in the x-axis, and translated to the left either units

-Write an equation for a transformation on the graph y= x^ if the parabola is translated to the right two units, shifted up one unit, and stretched vertically by a factor of 8