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PLEASE HELP, WILL GIVE A BRAINLIEST!! What is the equation for the line of symmetry for the graph of the function y=-4x^2+6x-8? A. x=-3/4 B. x=-1/2 C. x=3/4 D. x=1/2

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CassKnight

The line of symmetry will pass through the vertex so when we find the x value of the vertex we have found the line of symmetry. The equation to find the x value of the vertex is: x = -b/2a x = -6/-8 = 3/4 LETTER C

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