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Completing the square is also possible when the coefficient of the x² term is not 1. Work your way through this problem to see how. ²y=3x²−18x+1
²y−1=3(x²−6x) a. What number needs to be added to both sides of the equation so that the expression inside the parentheses is a perfect square? Hint: 9 is the wrong answer.
b. Finish completing the square and find the vertex of the parabola.
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