Completing the square process, Algebra

As a last topic in this section we have to briefly talk about how to take a parabola in the general form & convert it into the following form

                                       f (x ) = a ( x - h )2  + k

It will use a modified completing the square procedure.  It's probably best to do this along an example.

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