In this tutorial, we learn how to find abc, curve direction & yintercept (quadratic eq). First, you need to find the a,b, and c of the equation. A will equal what the coefficient is in the equation, B will equal the second, and C will equal the third term. This tells us if the numbers are positive or negative, so so know if the parabola opens up or down. To graph C, you will know what the yintercept is going to be, then find the matching units. After this, you will use B to shape the parabola and find the curve.
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