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Asked Nov 21, 2019

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Graph the parabola

y=(x-3)^{2 } +4

Step 1

Given, the parabola equation

y=(x-3)^{2 } +4

The entire parabola translates 3 units to the right and 4 units up. Therefore (3, 4) is the vertex of the parabola.

Step 2

Now find the y-intercept by substituting x=0 in the given equation y=(x-3)^{2 }+4, we get

Step 3

To find another coordinate, choose *x* value...

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