Write a function to represent the rectangular area of the enclosure. How do you know that the function is quadratic?

Write a function to represent the rectangular area of the enclosure. How do you know that the function is quadratic?

As T=S¹

I can't tell if 2x^2 would be identified as (2x)^2 or 2(x)^2. There's no parentheses in the original problem although I assume that if it was (2x)^2 it would be indicated, but I just want to make...

Find focus, director and focal diameter

Use gaussian elimination to solve.

conic sections, a parabola specifically. it is yeah

Given 2 points in a parabola, say (1,0) and (2,4) and axis the y-axis. How do you find the equation?

Given 2 points on a parabola A(1,0) and B(2,4) and having the y-axis as its axis. How do you find the equation?

a flashlight is shaped like a paraboloid and the light source is placed at the focus so that the light bounces off parallel to the axis of symmetry; this is done to maximize illumination. A particular...

A parabola is given by the equation y2 = -24x. find the directrix and focus of the parabola

If (0,0) be the vertex and 3x-4y+2 =0 be the directrix of a

Using the function f(x) = 9x^2 + 12x + 4 find the vertex and the equation of axis of symmetry for the parabola. (The zeros of this function are (-2,0) and (-2,0) ) Using...

Using the function f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c create your own parabola. Answer these questions about your parabola: What are the zeros? What is the y-intercept? What...

please help me solve for y in this parabola equation

How do I graph this my x scale has to go by .25 so what is my y coordinates(h vs t)(h-x vs t-y) i also need to know what the equation for this problem would be

This is in the section on parabolas. To me it seems like x=-1 or 1 But I think the answer is supposed to be a parabola, and I have no idea how to find the y related function: here's...

Write an equation for a parabola that is congruent to y=1/3x^2, has vertex (3,-5)

Vertex (6 , -10) and focus (23/4 , -10)

need its solution

Point: (0,3) (1,0) (2,-1) (3,0)

A baseball is hit so that its height can be modeled by the equation h(t)-=-4.9t^2+115t+6 where h(t) represents the height in meters of the baseball t seconds after the ball is hit...