Problem

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Learning Task $3.$ Transform the quadratic function defined $byy=ax^{2+bx+}$
c into the form $y=a\left(x-h\right)2+k$
$1.$ $y=x^{2-6x-3}$ $2$ $y=5x^{2}-20x-5$
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Learning Task $4$ Suppose that $y$ you will put a square carpet on a floor, you need
a carpet with an area of $\left(x^{2-8x+k}\right)$ square meters. What will be the value of
"k" so that it will make it a perfect square?
$Carpe1$
$\left(62=853513\right)$ sqm.

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Learning Task $4$ Suppose that $y$ you will put a square carpet on a floor, you need
a carpet with an area of $\left(x^{2-8x+k}\right)$ square meters. What will be the value of
$c_{k}3$ so that it will make it a perfect square?
$Carpet$
$\left(52=358$ $13\right)$ sqm.
PIVOT $4A$ CALABARZON
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7th-9th grade

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