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CASL J: 1he typical quadratic. f(x) = x
2
3x J8

a. Roots occur at &
low can you be SURL that the roots are where you say they are without consulting your graphing
calculator

b. Vertex is at , , ,

c. \-intercept is at .
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d. Sketch the graph o the parabola on the axes at the right.

CASL 2: 1he negative a quadratic (a<0). f(x) = -x
2
4x + J2

a. Roots occur at &
low can you be SURL that the roots are where you say they are without consulting your graphing
calculator

b. Vertex is at , , ,

c. \-intercept is at .
Show how you got this answer:

d. Sketch the graph o the parabola on the axes at the right.

## CASL 3: 1he binomial squared quadratic. f(x) = x

2
6x + 9

a. Roots occur at

b. Vertex is at , , ,

c. low is this problem /1107039 rom the last 2 problems

d. \-intercept is at .
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e. In order to make an accurate sketch, you need at least
3 points on the graph. Right now you should hae
only 2. I you hae more, come talk to me!

lind a third point on the graph using a isual or algebraic method. Show or explain how you ound this
point below.

. Sketch the graph o the parabola on the axes aboe. Include at least 3 points on your graph.abel your
axes!

LQUA1IONS PRAC1ICL: lor each graph below, write an equation that would match the graph ,including
the y-intercept and ertex!,. \rite your solutions in standard orm.

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