Q: What types of applied problems can be solved using the vertex formula?

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There is no general formula. You need to measure it or else have a lot more information.

y=2(x-3)+1

That is the height of the triangle, the h in the formula a = 0.5b x h

The vertex angle is connected to the vertex point

A circle does not have a vertex.

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Number of sides - 2

look for the interceptions add these and divide it by 2 (that's the x vertex) for the yvertex you just have to fill in the x(vertex) however you can also use the formula -(b/2a)

look for the interceptions add these and divide it by 2 (that's the x vertex) for the yvertex you just have to fill in the x(vertex) however you can also use the formula -(b/2a)

There is no general formula. You need to measure it or else have a lot more information.

In the formula for calculating a parabola the letters h and k stand for the location of the vertex of the parabola. The h is the horizontal place of the vertex on a graph and the k is the vertical place on a graph.

look for the interceptions add these and divide it by 2 (that's the x vertex) for the yvertex you just have to fill in the x(vertex) however you can also use the formula -(b/2a)

y=2(x-3)+1

If you mean "How many diagonals can be drawn from one vertex of a figure with 16 sides", the formula is n-3, where "n" being the number of sides of the figure. So 16-3 = 13 diagonals that can be drawn from one vertex.

An eight-sided polygon has 8 vertices. Consider1st vertex = 7 diagonals to other vertices2nd vertex = 6 diagonals to other vertices (since one has now been used)3rd vertex = 54th vertex = 45th vertex = 36th vertex = 27th vertex = 18th vertex = 0, so7+6+5+4+3+2+1 = 28Improved Answer:-Formula for finding diagonals of a polygon 0.5*(n2-3n) when n is the number of sides0.5*(82-24) = 20 diagonals

That is the height of the triangle, the h in the formula a = 0.5b x h

The boundary or perimeter of a circle is called the circumference. The formula for calculating the length of the circumference is C = 2πr.

Y=a(x-h)+k is the vertex formula. Since the vertex is at (-2,-3) this parabola has the equation: y=a(x+2)^2-3 We can plug in x=-1 but we really need to know a, to solve for y. ( we can solve it, but we will have an a in the solution)