How do I graph y = x^2 βˆ’ 6x + 5 ? I really need someone to explain this for me. 59 points

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:Hello :)Sorry I cant draw a graph on here but I can explain this to you. So if you have a calculator on you (a scientific one) you can use the table mode by pressing mode and then table. If you do not have a calculator then the axis on the graph you have needs to be substituted where x is. If the axis is from -3 to 3 you need to enter every single value from -3 to 3 and substitute where x isEG - (-3)^2-6(-3)+5 that is 32Keep following for the rest of the values (it depends on your scale)In this case we have 32,21,12,5,0,-3,-4 these each correspond and these are values on the y axis. These each correspond to -3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3 in this exact order. Plot the Graph with the values from this so on the x axis you will have -3 and on the y axis you will have 32 and so on.This allows you to plot your graph