# How do you write the quadratic function in standard form #y=-2(x+4)(x-3)#?

##### 1 Answer

In Standard form:

#### Explanation:

The given expression has been factored already, which will be helpful in solving for the unknown values

But this time the question is how to write the equation back into its standard form.

Standard form of a quadratic function requires the expression to contain terms with the highest exponents written first.

We will need to re-multiply the factors to obtain the equation.

to do this we can use the

We can calculate the signs according to the multiplication then addition and subtraction of the terms as necessary.

(F)(F):

We can then substitute these values back into the original equation.

In Standard form: