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How do I graph y=x^2+2x+3 When I graph It i get a "W" shape, is that right? the values I used for x are -3, -2, -1, 0,1, 2, 3

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That has the form of a quadratic equation so it's graph should be a parabola.
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Yea, I thooght that 1 would be 2 because for -1 it was 2 but I should always sub it in the equation Thanks
Can you get it now?
To check to see if your graph is correct I suggest Wolfram Alpha
Yea, but in this case, the line of symmetry is not the y axis right
That is true. The line of symmetry is the vertical line x = -1
The line of symmetry is the imaginary line that divides the graph into two symmetrical parts
Thanls for your help
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