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5 November, 05:10

Write a quadratic equation to represent a function with the vertex (-4, 1)

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  1. 5 November, 05:53
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    y=a (x+4) ^2 + 1, for a real number a hat is different of 0.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If we know only the vertex, there are many quandratic equations.

    * Result: Vertex (m, n), the quadratic equation is y = a (x-m) ^2 + n for a real number a that is different of 0.

    Here, the vertex (-4,1), we have the equation: y=a (x+4) ^2 + 1, for a real number a hat is different of 0.

    Hope you understand.
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