## ← Minimum of a Function - College Algebra

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1. Well right here, is the point that's the minimum, the vertex of the parabola. It
2. looks like its height, or its vertical coordinate is 3 and its horizontal
3. coordinate is 2. Since the vertex of an upward facing parabola represents the
4. minimum point on the entire curve, 3 is the lowest y value, or lowest value of f
5. of x, that any point on this fuction will have.