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Lesson 10 Graphs of Functions in Standard and Factored Form
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Lesson 10 Graphs of Functions in Standard and Factored Form

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What are the x-intercepts of the graph of the function defined by (x−2)(2x+1)?

(2,0) and (-1,0)

(2,0) and (-1/2,0)

(-2,0) and (1,0)

(2,0) and (1/2,0)

Q.

$y=x^2-5x+4$  What is the y-intercept of the equation?

(0,4)
Q.

An equivalent way to write this equation is y=(x−4)(x−1). What are the x-intercepts of this equation’s graph?

(-4,0) and (-1,0)

(4,0) and (1,0)

(0,-4) and (0,-)

(0,4) and (0,-1) Q.

a

b

c

d

Q.

Write each quadratic expression in standard form. Draw a diagram if needed.

(x−3)(x−6)

$x^2-3x-6$

$x^2-9x-18$

$x^2-3x-6$

$x^2+18$

Q.

Write each quadratic expression in standard form. Draw a diagram if needed.

$\left(x-4\right)^2$

$x^2+8x-16$

$x^2-8x+16$

$x^2-4x-4$

$x^2+16$

Q.

Write each quadratic expression in standard form. Draw a diagram if needed.

$(2x+3)(x−4)$

$2x^2-5x-12$

$2x^2-x-1$

$2x^2-4x-12$

$x^2+16$

Q.

Write each quadratic expression in standard form. Draw a diagram if needed.

$(4x−1)(3x−7)$

$12x^2-31x+7$
$12x^2-3x+7$
$x^2-4x-7$
$12x^2+7$  