1. | What constant term must be added to a-14a+___= 0 to make it a perfect square trinomial? |
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2. | Where is the vertex of the parabola f(x)=3(x-1)^2 +4? |
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3. | Which parabola does not have its axis of symmetry on the y-axis? |
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4. | What quadratic function has a maximum point? |
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5. | Which of the following is NOT a perfect square trinomial? |
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6. | Find the product of (6x-3) and (x+5). |
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7. | Which of the following equations of a parabola has the widest graph? |
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8. | Factor x^2-64. |
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9. | What is the axis of symmetry of f(x)=(x+1)^2+1? |
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10. | Which of the following is equal to (x+2)(x+2) or (x+2)^2? |
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11. | Which of the following quadratic functions has the narrowest graph? |
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12. | What is the turning point of the parabola? |
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13. | Which of the following trinomials is a perfect square trinomial? |
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14. | Which of the following quadratic functions has the vertex at the origin? |
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15. | What is the quadratic function with zeros 2 and -3? |
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16. | Which function is not quadratic? |
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17. | What are the roots of x^2-5x-6=0? |
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18. | Find the solution set of the equation x^2+6x-7. |
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19. | The nature of roots of 3x^2+5x+1=0 |
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20. | What is the equation of the quadratic function whose graph is congruent to the graph of f(x)=x^2 with vertex at (0,3)? |
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21. | The vertex is the minimum point when the parabola opens downward. |
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22. | The polynomial of degree 2 is called square root function. |
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23. | The vertex is the maximum point when the parabola opens upward. |
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24. | The line of symmetry acts as a mirror which divides the parabola into two symmetrical parts. |
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25. | The vertex of the quadratic function f(x)=ax^2 is at the origin. |
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