We know from the fact that the original equation had a positive coefficient of x 2 that the turning point will be a minimum. Therefore, in order to find the turning point we must minimise the equation we have arrived at. It can be seen that the lowest value of f(x) possible will occur when x = 3, giving the turning point as:. "/>

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. GCSE Completing the Square. KS3/4:: Algebra:: Formulae and Simplifying Expressions. Covers all aspects of the new GCSE 9-1 syllabus, including finding turning points, and dealing with quadratics where the coefficient of x^2 is not 1. GCSE-CompletingTheSquare.pptx . Ms L Ayunga.

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