anonymous
  • anonymous
how do you put y=x*squred*+ 3x-4 to standard form?
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phi
  • phi
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadratic_function#Forms_of_a_quadratic_function It is in standard form. btw, you can write it as y= x^2 +3x -4 (use the uparrow to show an exponent)
anonymous
  • anonymous
apparently not to my teacher? he says that is in gen form?
phi
  • phi
Looks like a dumb argument about definitions. In this case, general form means vertex form (according to Wikipedia) to find general form, you can complete the square.

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  • anonymous
perfect! thanks

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