How do you graph a quadratic functions using asymptotes, axis of symmetry, vertex?

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When graphing a quadratic function you start with the vertex because this point is used to give you the axis of symmetry. You can use the vertex formula to find the points for the vertex on the graph. Once you graph the vertex and find the axis of symmetry you can use rational functions to give you the asymptotes. The asymptotes will tell you were the axis of symmetry gets crossed.
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