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Sunday, September 11, 2005

Blogging Prompt

Similarites: All three graphs have a maximum point, they are all parabolas and also have the same domains.

Differences: All three graphs have different vertex's, axis of symmetries and also different roots.

I think these differences have occured because the second term in two of the equations are different from the other one, making two of the parabola's shift in one way or another. Also the last term of one equation is also different from the other two making that one parabola shift in another way.

1 Comments:

At 9/12/2005 12:20 AM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Well done!

Can you describe HOW changing the second term shifts the graph? In what way does changing the last term shift the graph?

 

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