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Find the vertex of the graph of the equation \(y=-2x^2+18x-15\).

 Apr 20, 2022

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The vertex occurs at: \(-b \over 2a\). The quadratic is in the format: \(y=ax^2+bx^2+c\).

 

This will give you the x-coordinate for the vertex. To find the y-coordinate, you must substitute 4.5 in for x and solve. 

 

Feel free to ask me if you need any more help!

 Apr 20, 2022
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The vertex occurs at: \(-b \over 2a\). The quadratic is in the format: \(y=ax^2+bx^2+c\).

 

This will give you the x-coordinate for the vertex. To find the y-coordinate, you must substitute 4.5 in for x and solve. 

 

Feel free to ask me if you need any more help!

BuilderBoi Apr 20, 2022

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