is dere any easy way i can do standard form to vertex form?

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is dere any easy way i can do standard form to vertex form?

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probably; can you give an example?
f(x)= ax^2+bx+c to f(x)=a(x-h)^2+k
by completing the square

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yeah... you can find the "x" value for the vertex by taking the -(middle#)/2(first#) that gives you your "h" value plug that in for equation to ge the "y" value for it....which will be the "k" does that make sense?
x^2 -12x + 45.... vertex = 12/2 = 6 = h (6)^2 -12(6) +45 = k
y = (x+6)^2 + ...the # you find for k
x-6...... that is
f(x)=-4x^2-7x-2 ?? can u show me this one?
i gave you a bad "equation"...lol...but the steps are good
h = --7/2(-4) = 7/-8 = -7/8
k = -4(-7/8)^2 -7(-7/8) -2
k = 460/64 reduce as needed if I did it right in me head ;)
thats the "shortest" way I know...
im still kinda confuse but thanks :)

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