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How do you graph y=-1.5[latex] x^{2} [/latex]+6?

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[latex]y=-1.5 x^{2} +6 \\ \\ x=-3 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*(-3)^2+6 =-1.5*9+6=-13.5+6=-7.5\\ \\x=-2 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*(-2)^2+6 =-1.5*4+6=-6+6=0\\ \\x=-1 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*(-1)^2+6 =-1.5*1+6=-1.5+6=-4.5\\ \\x=0 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*0^2+6 =6[/latex] [latex]x=1 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*(1)^2+6 =-1.5+6=-4.5\\ \\ x= 2 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*2^2+6 =-1.5*4+6=-6+6=0\\ \\x=3 \Rightarrow y=-1.5*3^2+6 =-1.5*9+6=-13.5+6=-7.5[/latex]

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