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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parabola

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www.purplemath.com/modules/parabola.htm

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

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

The standard and vertex form

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Sal derives the

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Writing the

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The vertex of a

jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt725/class/sarfaty/emt669/instructionalunit/parabolas/parabolas.html

Lesson 3: Find the

mathway.com/examples/Algebra/Conic-Sections/Finding-the-Parabola-Equation-Using-the-Vertex-and-Another-Point?id=664

The general

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This is an applet to explore the

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Axis of symmetry of a

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How to prove Archimedes parabola formula ?

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Interesting: c - ax^2. the zeroes (via quadratic formula ) are +-sqrt(c/a), so the base is 2*sqrt(c/a). the height is simply: c. so the area =. (2/3)*2*sqrt(c/a)...
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What do a and b stand for in the parabola formula .

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How do you derive a parabola formula ?

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How to convert a parabola formula into velocity/time?

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What is the formula for a parabola ?

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The general form is y = ax. 2. bx + c where a b and c are constants and a is not 0.
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