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\(\large\rm y=x^2\) is a parabola opening `upward`.|dw:1443654118776:dw|

|dw:1443654152110:dw|So the vertex is a minimum.
It is lower than any other point on the curve.

\(\large\rm y=-x^2\) is a parabola opening downward.|dw:1443654195359:dw|

Hmmmm so what do you think? :d
how does that apply to f(x) and g(x)

I have not learned this yet and this was one of the harder questions for the ACT practice

well use my examples :O
and try to guess at least

So I was hoping for a step by step so I could use it for learning! :-)

u -_-

What??! I have an ACT prep book right in front of me and I am clueless! Its not for a grade

no, im saying, give ME a guess. lol

do you understand how to find the vertex when a function is given in this form? :)

ok, well I think the vertex is a minimum and NOPE

I am learning algebra 2 right noe but I have the ACT this october

i know! I need helpp

please

huh thats interesting!

oh ok

@zepdrix minimum right? for g(x)

XD