2 April, 18:33
Vertex of y = - x2+2x+1
2 April, 18:46
Put the equation in the form "y=ax2+bx+c
Calculate the - b term, which is also the x coordinate of the vertex.
Plug in - b/2 into the equation for x and then solve for y.
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