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I an certainly no good at graphing. The question is for y=x^2-9 do the following. a)sketch a graph of the equation. b)identify the vertex, c) compare the graph of y=f(x) to the graph of y=x^2. Can I get help in finding the points to graph this

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it's a standard parabola, shifted down 9 units.
Please this one I cant get right. The problem is I need the graphing points the question is a) sketch a graph of the equations. B) identify the vertex. C) compare the graph of y=x^2. Can anyone help me please.
slaaibak, when I graph the parabola do I mark the nine

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is anyone able to help me with this one.
can anyone give me the vertex pair
I need help getting the vertex pair for x^2-9

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