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hey do want to know how to do it or just the answer either way doesn't matter to me

Yeah, I'd love to learn how to do it XD

ok, to find the vertex you need to use the formula \[\frac{ -b }{ 2a }\]

Alright. So do I plug the x^2 into the 2a or the -b?

that is going to help you find the x value

and the -14 into the -b?

you plug in \[\frac{ 14 }{ 2 }\]

OK.

That'd make X a 7?

yes so x = 7 now you have to find the y value.

What do you think you have to do?

Alright, so I just plug 7 into all the X values

yes

Okay... Lemme solve it real quick

y=(7)^2 - 14(7) + 44
y = 49 - 98 + 44
y = -49 + 44
y = -5
Is this correct?

yes, I got the same

so the vertex is?

So, for the vertex it's (7, -5) right?

yes

Alright, how do we find the domain / range?

That probably doesn't make sense

Yeah... That's where I'm confused.

Ok domain is all real

sorry I'm not very good at explaining @carolinar7

Alright, so.... Can you tell me how you got to your answer perhaps? @laughoutloud?