what are the coordinates of the vertex , Mathematics

Use the graph of y = x2 - 6x  to answer the following:

1169_11.png

a)         Without solving the equation (or factoring), determine the solutions to the equation  x2 - 6x = 0  using only the graph.

b)         Does this function have a maximum or a minimum?

c)         What is the equation of the line (axis) of symmetry for this graph

d)         What are the coordinates of the vertex in (x, y) form?

 

 

 

 

 

Posted Date: 3/13/2013 8:41:27 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- what are the coordinates of the vertex , Assignment Help, Ask Question on what are the coordinates of the vertex , Get Answer, Expert's Help, what are the coordinates of the vertex Discussions

Write discussion on what are the coordinates of the vertex
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
we have to find the perimeter when 1 rib is 7 cm and another rib is 5 cm

what effect is the constant in an equation have on an graph

differet types of rectilinear figures??

geometry fbw = 128 saf= 104 what is rfd

Partial Derivatives Partial derivatives are used while we want to investigate the effect of one independent variable on dependent variable. For illustration, the revenues of a

Theorem If {a n } is bounded and monotonic then { a n } is convergent.  Be cautious to not misuse this theorem.  It does not state that if a sequence is not bounded and/or

Factoring By Grouping It is a method that isn't utilized all that frequently, but while it can be used it can be somewhat useful. Factoring by grouping can be nice, however it

Indeterminate form : The 0/0 we initially got is called an indeterminate form. It means that we don't actually know what it will be till we do some more work.  In the denominator

Speaking Mathematically :  A Class 2 teacher was explaining the concept of place value to his students, using the number eleven. He started by saying "One and one make eleven." So

Now we have to discuss the basic operations for complex numbers. We'll begin with addition & subtraction. The simplest way to think of adding and/or subtracting complex numbers is