Q: What is the line of symmetry of the graph y equals -x2 plus 2x-2?

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It is a straight line with gradient -A/B and intercept C/B.

That is the standard equation to graph a line.

Vertical line of symmetry cuts through x = -4 - (sqrt of 3)

At: x = 6

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It is a straight line with gradient -A/B and intercept C/B.

No.

Line of symmetry: x = 3

When x = -5

That is the standard equation to graph a line.

Vertical line of symmetry cuts through x = -4 - (sqrt of 3)

A graph that has 1 parabolla that has a minimum and 1 positive line.

+ 1/8

At: x = 6

A linear equation ?

This is the graph of a diagnol line. Range: (-infinity, infinity)