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# Consider f(x) = 2(x b)2 + 2. a State the coordinates of the vertex. b Find the axes ISBN: 9781921972089 446

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Consider f(x) = 2(x b)2 + 2. a State the coordinates of the vertex. b Find the axes intercepts. c The graph of function g is obtained by translating the graph of f vertically through b units. For what values of b will the graph of g: i have exactly one x-intercept ii have no x-intercepts iii pass through the origin?

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