This lesson covers graphing and writing the equation of a parabola when the vertex is on the origin.
Learn how to graph parabolas from equations with the vertex at the origin in this great lecture video.
Overview
Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given a focus
Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given a directrix
Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given an axis and a point on the parabola
Identifying the Axis of Symmetry Given an Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
Identifying the Focus and Directrix Given an Equation of the Form y^(2) = 4px
Graphing Parabolas of the Form y^(2) = 4px
Writing Equations of the Form y^(2) = 4px Given the Vertex and Focus
Writing Equations of the Form y^(2) = 4px Given the Vertex and Directrix
Identifying the Axis of Symmetry Given an Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
Identifying the Focus and Directrix Given and Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
Graphing Parabolas of the Form x^(2) = 4py
Writing Equations of the Form x^(2) = 4py Given the Vertex and Focus
Writing Equations of the Form x^(2) = 4py Given the Vertex and Directrix
Practice Parabolas with Vertex at the Origin questions
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