 # Factoring Finding factors given a Graph Medina1. Finding factors given a Graph *Note: If the function only has one x-intercept, there is not two different.

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Factoring Finding factors given a Graph Medina1

Finding factors given a Graph *Note: If the function only has one x-intercept, there is not two different x-intercepts but the same x-intercept is being used twice, therefore. To find the factors of a quadratic use the formula, where the h and k represent each x-intercepts of the quadratic function.

Graph of a Quadratic Function The x-intercepts of the quadratic function are… y = -x² + 4x -3 13

Graph of a Quadratic Function The x-intercepts of the quadratic function are… y = x² -2x -8 4 -2 *Note: If the x-intercepts is negative, two negative make a positive.

Graph of a Quadratic Function The x-intercepts of the quadratic function is… y =-4x²+16x-16 2 *Note: If the function only has one x-intercept, there is not two different x-intercepts but the same x-intercept is being used twice, therefore…

Graph of a Quadratic Function The x-intercepts of the quadratic function is… y = x²+10x+25 -5 *Note: If the function only has one x-intercept and it negative, there is not two different x-intercepts but the same x-intercept is being used twice and it’s positive, therefore…

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