What is the range of the graph of y = -3(x - 4)2 + 1? y>=3 y<=3 y>=1 y<=1

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What is the range of the graph of y = -3(x - 4)2 + 1? y>=3 y<=3 y>=1 y<=1

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HinT: what is the lowest possibly value of (x - 4) ^2 ?
- remember that a square of a real number cannt be negative
uhm...i have no clue...4?

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plug in x = 4
it would be y=1
when x = 4 y = 1 yes
because (x - 4)^2 would be 0
the lowest possible value of (x - 4)^2 is 0
so y>=1 ?
No because we have a negative coefficient -3
okay this makes no sense what so ever.
y<=1 ? because if you plug in 5 for x you get a negative number for y
yes - thats was i was going to say and if you plug in x = 3 you get a negative value for y also the (x -4)2) is always going to be positive so -3(x -4^2 is always negative
so its y <= 1
thank you so much :)
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