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The Y value of the vertex is maximum if _________.

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Section 1

(27 cards)

The Y value of the vertex is maximum if _________.

Front

a<0

Back

Perfect Square Trinomial Factoring Pattern

Front

a^2+2ab+b=(a+b)^2

Back

Difference of Two Squares Factoring Pattern

Front

a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)

Back

Imaginary number __ can be used to write the square root of any negative number.

Front

i

Back

Vertex Form

Front

y=a(x-h)^2+k and a does not =0

Back

The line of symmetry is the____

Front

x value of the vertex

Back

The Y value of the vertex is minimum if ___________.

Front

a>0

Back

Formula for the X-coordinate of the Vertex

Front

(-b)/2a

Back

To find the Y-coordinate of the vertex substitute the value of ____ into the equation.

Front

X

Back

Zero Product Property

Front

If the product of two expressions is 0 then one or both of the expressions is 0.

Back

Absolute Value Function

Front

y=lxl

Back

Quadratic Function

Front

Back

Square Root Function

Front

y=the square root of x

Back

Cube Root Function

Front

y= the cube root of x

Back

Parabola

Front

The graph of any Quadratic Function

Back

Cubic Function

Front

y=x^3

Back

Exponential Function

Front

y=2^x

Back

The Y intercept is ____.

Front

C

Back

Linear Function

Front

y=x

Back

Axis of Symmetry

Front

Divides the Parabola into Mirror Images and passes through the Vertex.

Back

Standard Form

Front

y=ax^2+bx+c

Back

Quadratic Function

Front

y=x^2

Back

The Quadratic Formula

Front

see image

Back

A polynomial is an expression containing ____________.

Front

several algebraic terms

Back

Vertex

Front

The intersection point of the Axis of Symmetry and the Parabola

Back

Parent Function of Quadratic Functions

Front

f(x)=x^2

Back

Factored Form

Front

y=(x-2)(x+4)

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