# Graphs Of Quadratic Functions! Hardest Trivia Quiz

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 682  Settings  Below is the hardest trivia quiz graphs of quadratic functions. There are a lot of people who have a hard time when it comes to fining unknowns in a quadratic equations but one of the fun ways to do so is using a graph. If you feel that you techniques is still rusty, this quiz is exactly what you need to refresh your memory. Do give it a shot and keep an eye out for more like it!.

• 1.
Which best describes the graph of a quadratic function?
• A.

A line.

• B.

A u-shape.

• C.

A v-shape.

• D.

A ramp.

• 2.
How do you change the direction of the graph of a quadratic function?
• A.

Multiply it by the reciprocal.

• B.

• C.

Take the square root of both sides.

• D.

• 3.
I want to move the graph ________ the y-axis, so I am going to add 7.
• 4.
Subtracting 7 from y=x2+2x will move the graph how?
• A.

Left 7.

• B.

Right 7.

• C.

Up 7.

• D.

Down 7.

• E.

None of these.

• 5.
To make the graph y=x2+4x+7 just grow faster I would do the following:
• A.

Multiply all the numbers by a number bigger than 1.

• B.

Multiply the number if front of x by a number bigger than 1.

• C.

Multiply the number in front of x^2 by a number bigger that 1.

• D.

Multiply the number if front of x by a number in between 0 and 1.

• E.

Multiply the number in front of x^2 by a number in between 0 and 1.

• 6.
To make y=6x2+4 just grow slower I would...
• A.

Multiply all the numbers by a number bigger than 1.

• B.

Multiply the number if front of x by a number bigger than 1.

• C.

Multiply the number in front of x^2 by a number bigger that 1.

• D.

Multiply the number if front of x by a number in between 0 and 1.

• E.

Multiply the number in front of x^2 by a number in between 0 and 1.

• 7.
The graph of y=x2 has a/an __________________ point.
• 8.
The graph of y = - 7x+ 7x + 4 has a/an __________________ point.
• 9.
Will the graph of a quadratic ever cover both all of the positive and negative y-values?
• A.

Yes.

• B.

No.

• 10.
Quadratic functions have a line of symmetry.
• A.

True.

• B.

False.

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