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how do you graph the relation -2(x-3)(x+5)

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  1. campbell_st
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    this is a parabola which roots of x values at x = 3 and x = - 5. The parabola is concave down ( the -2 determines this) the line of symmetry for the parabola is at x=-1... which gives a turning point at (-1, 32). The y- intercept is -15. Or you could use calculus

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