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Give one $\left(1\right)$ illustrative example for each concept $on$ transforming quadratie functions. Write your answer in general form $y=ax^{2}+bx+can$ and its equivalent vertex form $y=a\left(x-h\right)^{2}+k$ $conCcpts$ 1llustrative Examples Transforming a quadratic function in the $orm$ $y=ax^{2}+bx+cin10$ $1$ the $form$ $y=a\left(x-h\right)^{2}+kb$ completing the square. Transforming a quadratic function $in$ the $form$ $y=ax^{2}+bx+cin10thc$ $fomy=a\left(x-h\right)^{2}+kby$ applying $h=\dfrac {-b} {2a}and$ $1c$ $k=$ formula: the 4a4ca -b2 Transforming a quadratic the $\left(orm$ $l$ $nctionin$ $thcIorm$ $y=a\left(x-h\right)^{2}+kint0thc$ function in $f_{ormy}=ax^{2}+bx+c$
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