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Score: The line of symmetry for the quadratic equation y = ax 2 - 8x - 3 is x = 2. What is the value of "a"?
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The line of symmetry for the quadratic equation y = ax^2 - 8x - 3 is x = 2. 2 is the value of "a" .
8/2a = 2
4a = 8
a = 8/4
a = 2
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