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Comment from student: thanks so much for helping me! on my homework i put that they all were equal, so thanks for telling me about the supplementary angles!

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Comment from student: Thanks for the solution. I am a very poor maths student and I really need a step by step solution in order to fully understand. Thanks a million, I will review the Question 2.

Comment from student: Thanks for the solution. I am a very poor maths student and I really need a step by step solution in order to fully understand. Thanks a million, I will review the Question 2.

Comment from student: First and foremost, Thank you so very much for taking the time to help me. I have not been into any math for years and years. I came up with -2/4 using the quadratic but can't for the life of me figure out how to get those numbers just by looking at the graph. How do you determine maximum/minimum; line of symmetry; vertex? I am so lost. If anybody finds me, please send me home! I have several more questions regarding this graph, and am just totally stumped.

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