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1.
Which equation represents the graph of the parabola?
1. $y = - x/2$
2. $y = x/2$
3. $y = -(x^2)/2$
4. $y = (x^2)/2$
2.
Graph the equation. Label the vertex and the axis of symmetry. $y= x^2 + 2$

3.
Which equation represents the graph below?
1. $y = x$
2. $y = x^2$
3. $y = - x$
4. $y = - x^2$
4.
Which equation could describe this graph?
1. $y=(x-1)(x-8)$
2. $y=(x-4)(x+2)$
3. $y=(x-2)(x+4)$
4. $y=(x+1)(x+8.5)$
5.
Graph: $y=-(x+3)^2+4$

6.
For the graph below identify the axis of symmetry.
1. x = 1
2. x = 0
3. y = 0
4. none of the above
7.
Graph the following equation:
$f(x) = x^2 - 3$

8.
Is the discriminant positive, negative, or zero?
1. Positive
2. Negative
3. Zero
9.
Graph the following equation. Label the vertex and the axis of symmetry. $y= -1/2x^2 + 2x + 3$

10.
Which equation represents the graph of the parabola?
1. $y = 1/2x$
2. $y =-1/2x$
3. $y = 1/2x^2$
4. $y=-1/2x^2$
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