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how do you graph the inequality Y= X^2+6X+6?

i need help graphing and solving inequalities? for example, the one above
 

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Betsy S. | Mathematics TutorMathematics Tutor
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1. In this case since the x2 term is positive the parabola will open upwards
2. The lowest point is going to have an x coordinate of -b/(2a) 
3. Once you have the x coordinate plug it into you function to solve for the y
4. To find x-intercepts factor out the quadratic
5. To find the y-intercept plug in 0 for x and solve for y
 
I hope this helps you