What is the vertex of y= -2(x-1)^2 +12 ? Algebra homework

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What is the vertex of y= -2(x-1)^2 +12 ?

Jan 15th, 2016

Hello!

The first term, -2(x-1)^2, is always <=0, and it is =0 only at x=1. The corresponding value of y is 12.

The answer: the vertex is (1, 12).

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