# Am i right?

can you quickly see if i'm right, because im not positive ive done it correctly...

thnx

## Homework Statement

The equation of a curve is $$y=f(x)$$, where $$f(x) = x^2 - 6x + 14$$.

Find the coordinates of the minimum point , $$M$$, of the curve

## The Attempt at a Solution

I completed the square to get

$$y=(x-3)^2 + 5$$

then i used my knowledge of transformation of function to work out the answer is $$(3,5)$$

however, im not sure i did it right, im pretty sure the y-coordinate is right, but the x-coordinate may be wrong...

can you help?

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You are right.

yay! thnx buddy :D

HallsofIvy