Find an equation whose graph is a parabola with directrix y= -1 and vertex (1,3).

Find an equation whose graph is a parabola with directrix y= -1 and vertex (1,3).

through (-2,-2√2), opening left

The parabola f(x)=x^2+bx+c has vertex "P" and the parabola g(x)=-x^2+dx+e has vertex "Q." "P" and "Q" are distinct points. The two...

what is the focus and directrix of this equation

A satellite is to be put into an elliptical orbit around a moon. The moon is a sphere with radius of 92 km. Determine an equation for the ellipse if the distance of the satellite from the surface...

H(t)=1/2 (32.1740)t^2+24t+7 At what time does the ball reach 10 feet?

h (t)= (1/2)gt2+vot+ho where he is the height of the ball in feet at time t in seconds, g is the force of gravity in feet per second squared, vo Is the initial velocity of...

1. Find the standard form of the equation of the parabola using the information given. Vertex: (4, -7); Focus: (3, -7)

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What is the equation of the parabola with vertex (-5, 4) and focus (-2, 4)?

A spinning liquid of any sort forms a paraboloid; a three dimensional parabolic shape. Therefore, you can apply the physics principles relating to centripetal motion to any mass, m, on the surface...

Grade 10, parabolas, find the equation problems, word problems.

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I am just curious which one would be the preferable option when graphing a parabola

Find an equation of the form y = a(x − x1)(x − x2) of a parabola with a point of (5,-5) and x-intercepts of -4 and 6.

a baker modeled the monthly operating costs for making wedding cakes by the function y=0.5x^2-12x+150 where y is the total cost in dollars and x is the number of cakes prepared.

write the answer in this form : (X1,y1) ,(x2,y2)

f(x)=x2+6x-4 If the parabola described above is shifted m units to the right and n units up, the new vertex is (5,-6). What's the value of mn-1?

Q: Draw a parabola that has exactly 3 x-intercepts. Our teacher said that this is not possible, but we have to try to get something as close to it as possible. Please...

I know the setup for the equations, but I cant figure out what goes where and what to do with the numbers...