watermelon14
  • watermelon14
in the xy- plane below, the parabola with vertex V is the graph of a quadratic function. Which of the following must be the coordinate of another point on the parabola?
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  • watermelon14
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  • watermelon14
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watermelon14
  • watermelon14
So i am kind of confused do i have to plug in the vertex (-2,-3) and the point (-5,3) in for the equation? y=a(x-h)^2+k

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mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
This problem is mostly about symmetry. You don't really need to solve for anything. If you put it on a graph, the parabola is symmetrical about x=-2.
watermelon14
  • watermelon14
oh sorry i forgot to tell you the multiple choice A. (3,2) B(2,3) C (4,21) D (21,4) The answer is C i just don't know how
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
Well, this kind of changes things hahaha give me a moment.
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
You should be able to get it with the vertex-form of the parabola, which is what you've stated above.
mortonsalt
  • mortonsalt
I would just plug the values in to check which one best fits the parabola.
watermelon14
  • watermelon14
oh true but do u know how i could do it math mathematically?

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