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    what is the standard position?

  3. anonymous
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    lol are you asking me or telling me

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    i got A

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    This is alg 2 on a virtual school and they don;t explain very well thats why i have soooo many questions. :)

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    to this kind of problem, you have to have the basic case, like y = x^2 is basic case, then y = (x-3)^2 which is derived from y =x^2, then y =2(x-3)^2, then y =2(x-3)^2 +5 But first off, you need the basic one (standard position). That is what I asked

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    oh okay

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    lol i dont know what that is they didn't teach me

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    ok, if x - something, that is move to the right along x-axis if (.....those relate to x here...) + something, that is up along y-axis

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    |dw:1437843258996:dw|

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    https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110113051358AAjgF6M This is where i got how to do it just wanted to make sure answer is correct.

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    it is correct.

  14. anonymous
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    okay thanks so much just wondering are you a teenager?

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