How do you write y=−3(x−2)2+8 into standard form?

joygielymmeloiy

joygielymmeloiy

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2022-01-30

How do you write y=3(x2)2+8 into standard form?

Answer & Explanation

Micheal Hensley

Micheal Hensley

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2022-01-31Added 10 answers

Explanation:
y=3(x2)2+8
y=3(x24x+4)+8, expanding.
y=3x2+12x12+8, removing bracket and multiplying.
y=3x2+12x4, final result.
Amina Hall

Amina Hall

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2022-02-01Added 11 answers

Explanation:
expand (x2)2=x24x+4
y=3(x24x+4)+8
=3x2+12x12+8
=3x2+12x4 in standard form
y=3x2+12x4

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