if you are given the vertex(-3,4) and lets say the information of the parabola is stretched by -2 i know the vertex form is y=-2(x+3)+4 but what is the standard form? thanks
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Originally Posted by william if you are given the vertex(-3,4) and lets say the information of the parabola is stretched by -2 i know the vertex form is y=-2(x+3)+4 but what is the standard form? thanks Expand the turning point form.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Expand the turning point form. y=-2x-6+4...?
Originally Posted by william y=-2x-6+4...? Doesn't the equation of a parabola contain a squared term? (I had assumed your original post was missing it due to a typo).
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Doesn't the equation of a parabola contain a squared term? (I had assumed your original post was missing it due to a typo). you are very right
Originally Posted by william you are very right no.
Originally Posted by skeeter no. you're right so is it
Originally Posted by william you're right so is it No! Please concentrate on getting the algebra correct. Write out all the steps. Don't take short cuts. .
Originally Posted by mr fantastic No, Please concentrate on getting the algebra correct. Write out all the steps. Don't take short cuts. . thanks
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