Consider the given function p(x) = -3(x-1)2 + 3. 1) Determine whether the graph is parabola opens upward or downward. 2) identify the vertex.3) Determine the x-intercept4) Determine the y- intercept 5) Sketch the function. 6) Determine the axis of symmetry. 7) Determine the minimum and maximum value of the function. 8) write the domain and range in the interval notation.

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Asked Nov 7, 2019
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Consider the given function p(x) = -3(x-1)2 + 3.
1) Determine whether the graph is parabola opens upward or downward. 

2) identify the vertex.

3) Determine the x-intercept

4) Determine the y- intercept 

5) Sketch the function. 

6) Determine the axis of symmetry. 

7) Determine the minimum and maximum value of the function. 

8) write the domain and range in the interval notation. 

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Given, function is

P(x)=-3(x-1)+3
.-1)
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P(x)=-3(x-1)+3 .-1)

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Standard equat...

y= A(x+B) +C
A<0, Downwards parabola
A 0, Upwards parabola
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y= A(x+B) +C A<0, Downwards parabola A 0, Upwards parabola

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