Which statement describes the translation of
y= -1/2(x-2)^2 from standard position?
Moved up and to the right.
Moved up and to the left.
Moved down and to the left.
Moved down and to the right.

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Trigonometry: Angles
Standard Position
Angles can exist anywhere in the coordinate plane where two rays share a common vertex. If this vertex is at the origin of the plane and the initial side lies along the positive $x$-axis, then the angle is said to be in standard position.

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s which statement would it be?

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if tell you if y=-1 which quadrant it in . 1st 2nd 3ed or 4th ???????

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3rd and 4th. it's a straight line

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ok good.

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look at the equation carefully and see!! \[y=-\frac{ 1 }{ 2(x-2)^{2} }\]

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(X-2)^2 =???

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x^2 -4x+4 right!!

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so -1 tells us its in 3rd or 4th so we know that!!
what can we do now!!

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idk

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2(x^2 -4x+4)=2x^2-8x+8 right

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this is quadratic equation right!

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tell me if you dont undertand me plz

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yes it is

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find it roots and you would know.

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find the roots of which equation?

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2x^2-8x+8

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1, 1/2, 2, 4, 8

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hello?

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root is 2

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o

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do you have the book answer??

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no

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what you have written and what you have in the image are two different equations !!

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well this was the actual question. my bad!!!

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the attachment

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Regardless what i showed you should make you answer the question.

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the 1st one

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?? "the 1st one"

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the 1st choices out of the 4 i provided

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Moved up and to the right.

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ok do the following . get a graphic calculator or software and plug in you equation.see for you self as am seing know, its not 1st choices. i hope am wrong so i learn something new here. i really do!!

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plug in the equation from the question, or 2x^2-8x+8?

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plug this y=-1/2 (x-2)^2 -(2)

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so how can it be Moved up and to the right

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ok, well fine, i'm wrong...

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am not here help . i hope i did that.

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hope u did what?

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sorry
i mean am here to help . i hope i did that

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so it can be moved down then to the right?

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thats what i think.

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where did you get this Q from??

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