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Rewrite y = x2 + 14x + 29 in general form.

Algebra
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When I look on line, it say that is the general form.
I have a book. I will look in it as well.
That is the general form. I can only assume that you want it in standard form sometimes called vertex form. Is that correct?

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Solve for x: (x - 9)2 = 1
I found one place online where that is called the standard form. So we'll go with that. So we'll change it to the vertex form which I think you are calling general form.
Solve for x: (x - 9)2 = 1
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