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Identify the maximum or minimum value and the domain and range of the graph of the function y = 2(x – 3)2 – 4. (1 point)minimum value: –4 domain: all real numbers range: all real numbers>= –4 maximum value: 4 domain: all real numbers range: all real numbers <=4 maximum value: –4 domain: all real numbers –4 range: all real numbers<= minimum value: 4 domain: all real numbers4 range: all real numbers>=

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Does anyone know?
It's a parabola that opens upwards with vertex at (3,-4) Does that help

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not really :/
Well if it starts at (3,-4) and thats its lowest point, whats the minimum value?
(3,-4)
Just the y coordinate, -4

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