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2-32.

Change one term in the equation in problem 2‑31 so that the parabola has only one ‑intercept.

Remember that the parabola's vertex was

Remember that the only way for a parabola to have only one -intercept is to have the vertex touching the

*-axis.*

To make it so the equation only has one -intercept, you must make the vertex's

*value equal*