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Parabola

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A parabola is a two-dimensional, mirror-symmetrical curve, which is approximately U-shaped when oriented ...

Conics: Parabolas: Introduction - Purplemath

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Introduces the terms and equations related to parabolas in the context of conics. Relates ... Show how to 'read' from the 'conics' form of the parabola equation.

Standard and vertex form of the equation of parabola and how it ...

www.mathwarehouse.com/geometry/parabola/standard-and-vertex-form.php

The standard and vertex form equation of a parabola and how the equation relates to the graph of a parabola.

Parabolas

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Lesson 3: Find the equation of our parabola when we are given the coordinates of ... Lesson 4: Find the vertex, focus, and directrix, and graph a parabola by first ...

Writing the Equation of Parabolas - Softschools

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Writing the Equation of Parabolas. To write the equation of a parabola.... 1. Determine which pattern to use (based on whether it is horizontal or vertical) 2.

Equation of Parabola

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This is an applet to explore the equation of a parabola and its properties. The equation used is the standard equation that has the form ...

Parabolas - ClausenTech

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Parabola Formulas. Home Up. Parabolas: Standard Form (Vertex Form) ... If "a" is negative the parabola opens down and has a maximum value. |a| = 1; normal ...

Equation of a parabola from focus & directrix | Khan Academy

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The equation of a parabola is derived from the focus and directrix, and then the general formula is used to solve an example.

Parabolas

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The graph of a quadratic equation in two variables (y = ax<sup>2</sup> + bx + c ) is called a parabola. The following graphs are two typical parabolas their x-intercepts are ...

Parabola - Math is Fun

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following the path of a parabola! ... A parabola is a curve where any point is at an equal distance from: ... Example: Where is the focus in the equation y<sup>2</sup>=5x ?

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Graphing Quadratic Functions: The Leading Coefficient / The Vertex

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Also, if a is negative, then the parabola is upside-down. ... to convert ax<sup>2</sup> + bx + c to vertex form, but, for finding the vertex, it's simpler to just use a formula.

Parabola- Graph, Equation, Axis of Symmetry, Focus , Directrix and ...

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Parabola--its graph, forms of its equation, axis of symmetry and much more explained visually.

Parabola Formula | Formula for a Parabola | Formulas@TutorVista ...

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Axis of symmetry of a parabola is a line that runs down its center and passes through the focus and vertex of the parabola and perpendicular to its directrix thus ...