Algebra 1 easy question please answer
Algebra

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When you come to the exploration meeting, be ready to discuss the following:
1. What are some methods for calculating the vertex and axis of symmetry for each equation?
2. Determine which solution method you would prefer to use to solve each of the equations. What are the pros and cons of using that method for each situation?
3. In general, how would you decide which method is best for a given equation?
4. Without graphing each quadratic, what are some of the key features of the equation that will let you know what the graph will look like?
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The vertex of a quadratic equation is the highest or lowest point of that equation. It lies on the plane of symmetry of the entire parabola as well; whatever lies on the left of the parabola is a complete mirror image of whatever is on the right. If you want to find the vertex of a quadratic equation, you can either use the vertex formula, or complete the square.
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1.Identify the values of a, b, and c. In a quadratic equation, the x^{2} term = a, the x term = b, and the constant term (the term without a variable) = c.
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2.Use the vertex formula for finding the xvalue of the vertex.
The vertex is also the equation's axis of symmetry. The formula for
finding the xvalue of the vertex of a quadratic equation is x = b/2a. Plug in the relevant values to find x. Substitute the values for a and b.
you didn t answer the rest of the questions 3 and 4
This was because the questions were many and involving but the time period was very short.
I can now answer them, both 3 and 4.
4. by finding the intercept values of x and y, you will be able to interprate the nature of the graph.
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