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I am assuming the relevant equations are: y=a(x-"alpha")(x-"beta")

Ok, so I know that c=12, but I can't see how I draw the a and b part of the general form from the facts that I have been given. I tried the y=a(x-"alpha")(x-"beta") equation in hopes that I could then expand it out to general form. In this equation alpha=4, however when I substitute y and x with the point (2,8) I am still left with 2 variables: beta and a.

What am I missing?

Thanks, Cat