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 09-21-2008 #1 lilone Guest   Posts: n/a Find x and y intercept in standard function-HOMEWORK how do you find the x and y intercept and ther vertex of a standard function (x-1)^2+1
 10-21-2008 #2 Dreamfall Guest   Posts: n/a If I understand what you are serching for, this should be the answer: (x-1)^2+1 = x^2 - 2x +1 +1 = x^2 - 2x + 2 ----> = 4 - 4*2 = -4 So there is no answer for y=0. But If you can imagine the function, palce x=0 and you'll get y=2.

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