- What is the vertex of the graph of the quadratic function?
- What is the vertex of the graph of the function?
- How do you write a quadratic function in vertex form from a graph?
- What is McDonald’s sign in pregnancy?
- Is the M in McDonald’s french fries?
- Who started McDonald’s?
- Did McDonald’s brothers get 1 percent?
- Who stole Mcdonalds?
- Does Mcdonalds support Israel?
- Is KFC supporting Israel?
- Does Tesco support Israel?
- What is Israel’s biggest export?
- Who Cannot enter Israel?
- What is the biggest industry in Israel?
- What is Israel’s main source of income?

## What is the vertex of the graph of the quadratic function?

vertex: The point at which a parabola changes direction, corresponding to the minimum or maximum value of the quadratic function. axis of symmetry: A vertical line drawn through the vertex of a parabola around which the parabola is symmetric.

## What is the vertex of the graph of the function?

The vertex is the lowest or highest point (depending on direction) on the graph of a quadratic function. Basically you will find the x value of the vertex first and then just plug that value into the function to get the y or functional value of the vertex.

## How do you write a quadratic function in vertex form from a graph?

The vertex form of a quadratic function is y=a(x−h)2+k where:

- |a| is the vertical stretch factor. If a is negative, there is a vertical reflection and the parabola will open downwards.
- k is the vertical translation.
- h is the horizontal translation.

## What is McDonald’s sign in pregnancy?

Fundal height, or McDonald’s rule, is a measure of the size of the uterus used to assess fetal growth and development during pregnancy. It is measured from the top of the mother’s uterus to the top of the mother’s pubic symphysis.

## Is the M in McDonald’s french fries?

French fries, which weren’t added to the menu until the following year. Instead of Ronald McDonald, you’d find “Speedee” Chef, the winking, hamburger-headed mascot for the restaurant until 1962. And the Golden Arches, the stylized yellow “M” known worldwide as the McDonald’s logo, would be missing altogether.

## Who started McDonald’s?

Richard McDonald

## Did McDonald’s brothers get 1 percent?

The brothers did get a percentage of the profits. The original deal was 1.9 percent of a franchisee’s profits. It went to the McDonald’s Corporation and 0.5 percent of that went to Dick and Mac McDonald. The falsehood in the movie is that Ray screwed the brothers out of that half a percent.

## Who stole Mcdonalds?

Ray Kroc

## Does Mcdonalds support Israel?

Currently McDonald’s has 180 restaurants in Israel, with 50 of them under Kosher supervision, meaning they are closed on Shabbat and Jewish holidays, have no mixed meat and dairy products (such as cheeseburgers), and for Passover serve the meat on Passover buns.

## Is KFC supporting Israel?

In the 1980s, KFC made their first attempt to enter Israel, however it failed and did not last long. On 13 October 1993, KFC announced their intention of reopening in Israel. In February 2019, KFC began hiring for their re-opening in Israel.

## Does Tesco support Israel?

In another blow to the Israel boycotters of Britain, Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket chain, has announced it has invested in “till-free” technology from Israel.

## What is Israel’s biggest export?

Diamonds

## Who Cannot enter Israel?

Twelve countries that do not recognize the state of Israel also do not admit Israeli passport holders:

- Algeria.
- Brunei.
- Iran.
- Iraq.
- Kuwait.
- Lebanon.

## What is the biggest industry in Israel?

The Biggest Industries In Israel

- High-technology. Israel’s technology sector is growing faster than any other industry in the country.
- Manufacturing.
- Diamond Industry.
- Agriculture.
- Tourism.
- Transportation.

## What is Israel’s main source of income?

Tax rates in Israel are among the highest in the world, with income, value-added, customs and excise, land, and luxury taxes being the main sources of revenue. The government has gradually raised the proportion of indirect taxes since the late 1950s.