how to do find the axis of symmetry for y=-1/4 - 4x?

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how to do find the axis of symmetry for y=-1/4 - 4x?

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NO axis of symmetry
oops i meant y=-1/4^2 - 4x
Still no

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ugh i keep typing it wrong
y=-1/4x^2 - 4x
Diffrentiate and equate to zero
can you show me how to do it?
or it is x=(sum of roots)/2
ok but for me i cant get the roots until i get the axis of symmetry. it turns into 4/(-2/4) for some reason
sum of roots = -coefficient of x/coefficient of x^2 you don't need to find the roots
so if i do do that it would be: sum of roots= -4/(-1/4) right?

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