Q: How can you determine the orientation of a parabola when written in standard form?

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there can be 0, 1, 2, or infinite intercepts for a parabola 0 intercepts occurs when the parabola does not meet the 2nd line 1 occurs when the parabola intersects a line at the vertex 2 occurs when the line does not intersect at the vertex, but still intersects the parabola infinite occurs when there are 2 parabolas, that although they may be written differently, are the same on a graph.

It is already in standard form as written. (632,000)

It is already written in standard form.

245.6k written in standard form is: 2.456 × 105

5.737105 written standard form is 5.737105 × 100

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