8. -13 points LarCAABLS2 2.5.030.SBS. 0/6 Submissions Used My Notes Ask Your Teacher Use a graphing utility to graph the function, approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function, and estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing STEP 1: Find thex-value of the vertex of the parabola STEP 2: Find the y-value of the vertex of the parabola STEP 3: Find the point on the graph one unit to the right of the vertex. = 23 STEP 4: Plot the graph using the two points above. Tools Clear A 1. Select an object from the Tools menu to the left. 2. Enter coordinates in Object Properties below, or use the mouse to place and move objects To enter a fractional or decimal coordinate, use Object Properties view our tutorial videos Object Properties Select a Tool or Object to Begin Help tool STEP 5: Approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) relative minimum xy) relative maximum (x, y) STEP 6: Estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing. (Enter your answers using interval notation. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) increasing decreasing Need Help?Read ItWatch It Talk to a Tutor

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8. -13 points LarCAABLS2 2.5.030.SBS. 0/6 Submissions Used
My Notes Ask Your Teacher
Use a graphing utility to graph the function, approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function, and estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing
STEP 1: Find thex-value of the vertex of the parabola
STEP 2: Find the y-value of the vertex of the parabola
STEP 3: Find the point on the graph one unit to the right of the vertex.
= 23
STEP 4: Plot the graph using the two points above.
Tools
Clear A
1. Select an object from the
Tools menu to the left.
2. Enter coordinates
in Object Properties
below, or use the mouse
to place and move objects
To enter a fractional or
decimal coordinate, use
Object Properties
view our tutorial videos
Object Properties
Select a Tool or Object to Begin
Help
tool
STEP 5: Approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)
relative minimum xy)
relative maximum
(x, y)
STEP 6: Estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing. (Enter your answers using interval notation. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.)
increasing
decreasing
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8. -13 points LarCAABLS2 2.5.030.SBS. 0/6 Submissions Used My Notes Ask Your Teacher Use a graphing utility to graph the function, approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function, and estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing STEP 1: Find thex-value of the vertex of the parabola STEP 2: Find the y-value of the vertex of the parabola STEP 3: Find the point on the graph one unit to the right of the vertex. = 23 STEP 4: Plot the graph using the two points above. Tools Clear A 1. Select an object from the Tools menu to the left. 2. Enter coordinates in Object Properties below, or use the mouse to place and move objects To enter a fractional or decimal coordinate, use Object Properties view our tutorial videos Object Properties Select a Tool or Object to Begin Help tool STEP 5: Approximate the relative minimum or maximum of the function. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) relative minimum xy) relative maximum (x, y) STEP 6: Estimate the open intervals on which the function is increasing or decreasing. (Enter your answers using interval notation. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) increasing decreasing Need Help?Read ItWatch It Talk to a Tutor