# SOLUTION: The vertex of a quadratic function is (-5,-3) and the graph of the function contains the point (1,2). Is this enough information to determine the equation of the function? if so, g

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 168083: The vertex of a quadratic function is (-5,-3) and the graph of the function contains the point (1,2). Is this enough information to determine the equation of the function? if so, give the equation of the function. if not explain why. Answer by jojo14344(1512)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Given the vertex (-5,-3) at points (1,2): We can solve the eqn. using the Vertex Form in Solving Quadratic: ---> It follows the eqn: , ANSWER See graph: ----> See vertex (-5,-3) with points (1,2) Thank you, Jojo