## THIS USER ASKED 👇

**Which equation represents a graph with a vertex at (–3, 2)?**

## THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER 👇

B.

Step by step explanation:

Well, we can use the following formula to find x coordinate x the vertex -b / 2a.

So let’s start with a)

-6 / 6

-1

A. is incorrect because its vertex begins with -1.

b)

6/6

1

now that we have our x coordinate we can plug it into the equation to get our ya.

3 – 6 – 3

So the y-coordinate is -6.

Hence, choice of answers B.

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