How do you find x-intercepts, axis of symmetry, maximum or minimum point, and y-intercept for the equation #y = x^2+2x-3#?
That is: solve
Find the vertex:
The vertex of
So the graph of
The axis of symmetry is the line:
The minimum value of
I don't know what you've been taught to call the "minimum point", but I'll assume it has 2 coordinates, so the "minimum point" is the vertex.
I expect the "minimum point" to be