Choose the form that your function has (canonical or polynomial). Enter the values of the coefficients and get the analysis of everything you need to know about your quadratic function:
STEP BY STEP!
* Concavity * Vertex * Cutting point with the Y axis * Discriminant. * Axis of symmetry. * Conversion from canonical to polynomial form. * Conversion from polynomial to canonical form. * Quadratic solution for factoring cases. * Quadratic solution by completing squares. * Quadratic roots using the general formula. * Graph of the parabola.