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2 April, 22:54

How do you convert factored form to vertex form

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  1. 2 April, 23:13
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    Complete the squaer on that side

    example

    y=2x^2-28x+102

    first, make value of coefient in front of x^2 term 1

    factor out 2 from x^2 and x term

    y=2 (x^2-14x) + 102

    compete the square (take 1/2 of b and square it and add to inside of parenthasees, add negative an possitive to basicaly add zero

    -14/2=-7

    (-7) ^2=49

    y=2 (x^2-14x+49-49) + 102

    complete the square

    y=2 ((x-7) ^2-49) + 102

    distribute

    y=2 (x-7) ^2-98+102

    y=2 (x-7) ^2+4
  2. 2 April, 23:54
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    We can convert factored form to vertex form by dividing the numerator by denominator.

    Example -

    5/2 = 2.5
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