How to Graph a Quadratic Function With f(x)

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Graphing a quadratic function with F of X will require you to consider the different functions of quadratic functions in general. Graph a quadratic function with F of X with help from an experienced mathematics professional in this free video clip.

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Hello. My name is Walter Unglaub and this is how to graph a quadratic function with f of x. Quadratic function is one in which the term involving x has the highest power 2 in it. And you could have multiple terms in your function but if we consider a function such as f of x is equal to x minus 3 squared plus 2 then we can identify the different components of the quadratic function when graphing. So in this example I'm going to be moving the vertex of the quadratic function to the right of zero of the origin by 3 places in the x direction and I'm going to be moving that same vertex up in the y direction by 2. So if this is my origin here the vertex for my quadratic function will be moved 3 places to the right in x and they will be raised 2 points along the y direction. So that's going to be my vertex and then my quadratic function will look like this. Where there's an axis of symmetry at the co-ordinate, x equals 3. My name is Walter Unglaub and this is how to graph a quadratic function with f of x.

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