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Mathematics, 23.09.2016 16:55 Hardeep8560

The function g(x)=8x^2-48 65 written in vertex form is g(x)=8(x-3)^2-7 what is the vertex for g(x)
a) (-3,-7)
b) (3,-7)
c) (24,-7)
d) (-24,-7)

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