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Name: Date: Section 4-2 Notes Graphing Quadratic Functions in ird For Standard form of a quadratic function is E ax - A The parent function of the family of all quadratic functions is f(x) The graph of a quadratic function is a DaYWO01 IA. The vertex of a parabola is the or point on the parabola. .-.J 00 The axis of jcnY1LeA-rJ7 divides the parabola into mirror images and passes through the Graph the function y = CoWare to Graph the function y = (_--x)2. Compare it to -1 '/q 00 Thej X~'M The graph of a parabola is more vertically stretched than the parent function if 1 1k 1 > I The graph of a parabola is more vertically compressed than the parent function if The graph of a parabola is more horizontally stretched than the parent function if" I

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