## Difficult

Q1) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + 3x -10$
Q1) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + 2x -8$
Q1) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$1x^2 + 6x + 8$
Q2) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 -x -6$
Q2) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + 4x + 3$
Q2) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$1x^2 + 16x + 60$
Q3) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + 2x -8$
Q3) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 -7x + 12$
Q3) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$1x^2 + 9x + 14$
Q4) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + 2x -15$
Q4) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 -2x -8$
Q4) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$1x^2 + 12x + 35$
Q5) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 -7x + 12$
Q5) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$x^2 + x -20$
Q5) Find the (a)y-intercept, (b) roots and (c) turning point of y=$1x^2 + 14x + 48$