Which of the following is 3 units lower than y = 4x2 – 8x + 2, but opens in the same direction and has the same shape?

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Which of the following is 3 units lower than y = 4x2 – 8x + 2, but opens in the same direction and has the same shape?

your question is incomplete, write all the numbers in the sequence that it tells you.

step-by-step explanation:

Simplify the function [tex]y=4x^2-8x+2[/tex] in the following way:

[tex]y=4x^2-8x+2=4x^2-8x+4-4+2=4(x^2-2x+1)-2=4(x-1)^2-2.[/tex]

If you have to translate the graph of the function 3 units lower (down), then

[tex]y=4(x-1)^2-2-3=4(x-1)^2-5.[/tex]

The graph of obtained function opens in the same direction as the graph of the function [tex]y=4(x-1)^2-2.[/tex]

[tex]y=4(x-1)^2-5.[/tex]

idk i would have to be there to under stand it

step-by-step explanation:

idk i would have to be there to under stand it