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### Sketch the graph y=Ax^2 where A is a constant

If A is negative, then it would be like an upsidedown 'bucket' where the only intersection is in the origin.

If A is positive, then it would be similar but flipped on the x-axis. So it would look like a 'bucket' sitting on the origin.

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