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Drakkith

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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have the following function and I'm supposed to find the vertex of its graph.

f(x)=-3(x-2)

Why is the vertex (2,-3) instead of (-2,-3)?

Edit: Bah, nevermind. I just realized the formula has (x-h) in it, not (x+h) in it...

f(x)=-3(x-2)

^{2}-3Why is the vertex (2,-3) instead of (-2,-3)?

Edit: Bah, nevermind. I just realized the formula has (x-h) in it, not (x+h) in it...

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