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Describe the differences between the graph of y = –3(x + 7)2 – 10 and the standard position graph of y = x2.

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    *y=-3(x+7^2-10 , *y=x^2

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    y=-3(x+7)^2-10 y=x^2

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    is that your equation

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    yeah

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    i tried to draw but the drawin thing suxs.... the first equation as you can see is like this y=-ax^2-10 so here a is negative so as x goes along the x axis from zero , y becomes a bigger negative number, also when |dw:1332432300177:dw| y=x^2|dw:1332432353360:dw|

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    hope that helps

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    Thank you! :D

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