Can someone give me the formula on how to do this?

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Sure thing ^_^ it's the same as the one I mentioned before :) \( y = a(x - h)^2 + k \)

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where \( (h, k) \) is the vertex
then you can *temporarily* plug in the "given point" as (x, y) to find "a" :)
if you get stuck on some part of it, just ask ^_^
Aaah I see, thank you once again! (:
Ok I plugged in the equation, just checking if I did it right but would the answer be D?
hmmm make sure when you first plugged in the vertex, you got: \( y= a(x+4)^2+3\) ^ plus 4 ?
but no, I don't think it's D try again? :)
Ok got it now, so it would be B?
yeah B is right ^_^"

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