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    Angry Finding the vertex of the parabolic graph

    Please help me!
    I need to find the vertex of the parabolic graph of the following equation
    y=9(x-2)^2+5

    Where do I begin?
    Distributing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by epetrik View Post
    Please help me!
    I need to find the vertex of the parabolic graph of the following equation
    y=9(x-2)^2+5

    Where do I begin?
    Distributing?
    the quadratic y = a(x - h)^2 + k has its vertex at coordinates (h,k)
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    Still confused...

    Ok..but where do I go from there? Does that mean my vertex (-2,5)
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    Quote Originally Posted by epetrik View Post
    Ok..but where do I go from there? Does that mean my vertex (-2,5)
    vertex at (2,5)
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