Need help with the following

Aug 2017
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-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
 

Prove It

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Please write these out correctly...
 

HallsofIvy

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Do you mean "^2" rather than just "^"? Most of these questions are just asking about definitions. If you do not know, and cannot look up, such things as "convexity", "axis of symmetry", etc. you need to talk to your teacher.