## Algebra: A Combined Approach (4th Edition)

Vertex=$(3,2)$
The graphing form of a "sleeping" or sideways parabola is: $x = a(y-k)² + h$ To find the vertex, take the inverse of k to get the y point of the vertex, and the h as itself for the x point of the vertex. So in the equation: $x=(y-2)^2+3$ The vertex is: $(3,2)$