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Can you match each graph to one of the statements (so that each graph is paired with a single statement)?
Assume that all the graphs have an equation of the form $y= ax^2 + bx + c$.
(a) The line of symmetry of this graph is $x=3$.
(b) This function has a non-integer root.
(c) The line of symmetry of this graph is $x=k$, where $k<0$.
(d) The $y$ values for this graph are all greater than $0$ (that is, $y>0$).
(e) The vertex of this graph lies on the line $x=1$.
(f) The constant term of this function is $-8$ (that is, $c=-8$).
(g) The sum of the roots of this function are $6$.
(h) The points $(0,8)$ and $(2,8)$ both lie on this curve.
(i) The sum of the roots of this function is an odd number (that is, $\frac ba$ is odd).
With thanks to Don Steward, whose ideas formed the basis of this problem.