# What is the standard form of #y=5(x-3)^2+3#?

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Nov 17, 2015

Standard form

If you meant to ask: 'What is this equation when presented in standard form'? Then you have

#### Explanation:

The standard form is

However, if you wish to present this equation in standard form we have:

Nov 17, 2015

#### Explanation:

- Expand
#(x-3)^2# in the equation:

- Distribute the 5 to the first parenthesis:

So now you have

- Now distribute the
#5x# &#-15# to the next parenthesis:

So now you have

- Finally, add the constant
#(# +#3)# :

- Final Answer: