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6-58.

Graph $y = \left(x − 2\right)^{2} − 1$. Completely describe the graph.

When describing the graph, be sure to include the following: the shape, the direction of opening,
where it increases and decreases, special points, lines of symmetry, domain, and range.

Complete the table in the eTool below to graph the equation.
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