## What is a minimum and maximum parabola?

Vertical parabolas give an important piece of information: When the parabola opens up, the vertex is the lowest point on the graph ā called the minimum, or min. When the parabola opens down, the vertex is the highest point on the graph ā called the maximum, or max.

### How do you know if its a maximum or minimum?

If the parabola opens upward, your answer will be the minimum value. If the parabola opens downward, your answer is the maximum value. In this example, since the parabola opens upward, f(-1.25) = 0.875 is the minimum value of the function.

#### What is the maximum or minimum point?

A maximum is a high point and a minimum is a low point: In a smoothly changing function a maximum or minimum is always where the function flattens out (except for a saddle point).

**How do you know if a curve is maximum or minimum?**

To find the maximum/minimum of a curve you must first differentiate the function and then equate it to zero. This gives you one coordinate. To find the other you must resubstitute the one already found into the original function.

**What is maximum and minimum value of quadratic equation?**

When we find the maximum value and the minimum value of ax^2 + bx + c then let us assume y = ax^2 + bx + c. Thus, the minimum value of the expression is 4ac – b^2/4a. Therefore, we clearly see that the expression y becomes maximum when a < 0. Thus, the maximum value of the expression is 4ac – b^2/4a.

## How many y intercepts can a parabola have?

Parabolas can have both x-intercepts and y intercepts A parabola can have either 2,1 or zero real x intercepts.

### What is the maximum and minimum of a graph?

The y- coordinates (output) at the highest and lowest points are called the absolute maximum and absolute minimum, respectively. To locate absolute maxima and minima from a graph, we need to observe the graph to determine where the graph attains it highest and lowest points on the domain of the function.

#### What is the minimum value?

The minimum value of a function is the lowest point of a vertex. If your quadratic equation has a positive a term, it will also have a minimum value. If you have the equation in the form of y = ax^2 + bx + c, then you can find the minimum value using the equation min = c – b^2/4a.

**Can there be 2 absolute maximums?**

Important: Although a function can have only one absolute minimum value and only one absolute maximum value (in a specified closed interval), it can have more than one location (x values) or points (ordered pairs) where these values occur.

**How do you find the maximum and minimum inventory level?**

Here it is:

- For forced-ordering and continuous review max-min systems, the formula is: Min stock level = lead time stock level + safety stock level.
- For a standard system, the formula would be: Min stock level = lead time stock level + safety stock level + review period stock level.

## What is a maximum value of a function?

The maximum value of a function is the place where a function reaches its highest point, or vertex, on a graph. If your quadratic equation has a negative a term, it will also have a maximum value. If you have the graph, or can draw the graph, the maximum is just the y value at the vertex of the graph.

### Can a parabola have no Y intercepts?

All parabolas are vaguely āUā shaped and they will have a highest or lowest point that is called the vertex. Parabolas may open up or down and may or may not have x -intercepts and they will always have a single y -intercept. The dashed line with each of these parabolas is called the axis of symmetry.