Interesting feature of this graph. Consider 2 points on the parabola, I'll take (-2,4) and (4,16). By multipling the positive x values (2*4=8), you can get the y-intercept of the line from (-2,4) to (4,16). Proof: The line including (-2,4) and (4, 16) is written as y=2x+8. Thus, the y-intercept is 8. My question is why does this work? I've been trying to figure it out for a while, and I am completly stumped on this one... Any help would be greatly appreciated!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Graph of y=x^2

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