Short Quiz in Math 9 represents a quadratic function using: (a) table of values; (b) graph; and (c) equation

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Mathematics
Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10

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5 questions
• Q1
What are the x-intercepts of the graph of the quadratic function f(x) = 2x2+x-15?
-3 and 0
-5/2 and 3
1/2 and 3/2
-3 and 5/2
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• Q2
The graph of y=x2+4x-12 is shown. How are the solutions of x2+4x-12=0 shown on this graph?
there are two solutions to the equation and they are the intercepts of the graph.
here are two solutions to the equation and they are the intercepts of the graph.
There is one solution and it is the vertex of the graph. There are two solutions to the equation and they are the intercepts of the graph.
There are three solutions to the equation and they are the intercepts of the graph.
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• Q3
Which quadratic function in standard form can be represented by a graph that has a vertical expansion of 5 and a vertex of (4, -2)?
5x2+40x+78
5x2-40x+78
5x2-40x-82
5x2-40x-78
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• Q4
The table shows some of the values of the function x2-4x-12. According to this table, what are the roots of the equation x2-4x-12=0?
-2 and 6
-12 and -2
-4 and -2
0 and -12
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• Q5
For the function y = f (x) graphed, which equation below represents f(x)?
y = (x + 4)2 + 4
(x - 6)(x - 2)
All of the above
y = x2-8x-12
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