lokiando
  • lokiando
For all functions of the form f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c, which is true when b = 0? a) The graph will always have zero x-intercepts. b) The function will always have a minimum. c) The y-intercept will always be the vertex. d) The axis of symmetry will always be positive.
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lokiando
  • lokiando
im thinking A but im not sure, im not good at quadratic functions
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's not.
lokiando
  • lokiando
d

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anonymous
  • anonymous
axis of symmetry depends on the minimum of the curve
lokiando
  • lokiando
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
but that doesnt mean the curve is positive if b=0,i would suggest ya to plot out (x-1)^2 look at the graph and you will find the answer
lokiando
  • lokiando
it will always be the vertex

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