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# Parabolas with Vertex at the Origin

## Write and graph quadratic equations with vertices at (0, 0)

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## Standard Form of the Equation of a Parabola with Vertex at the Origin - Overview

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## Standard Form of the Equation of a Parabola with Vertex at the Origin - Example 1

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Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given a focus
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## Standard Form of the Equation of a Parabola with Vertex at the Origin - Example 2

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Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given a directrix
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## Standard Form of the Equation of a Parabola with Vertex at the Origin - Example 3

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Find the standard form of the equation of a parabola given an axis and a point on the parabola
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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Overview

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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Example 1

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Identifying the Axis of Symmetry Given an Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Example 2

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Identifying the Focus and Directrix Given an Equation of the Form y^(2) = 4px
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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Example 3

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Graphing Parabolas of the Form y^(2) = 4px
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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Example 4

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Writing Equations of the Form y^(2) = 4px Given the Vertex and Focus
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## Parabolas of the Form y^2 = 4px - Example 5

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Writing Equations of the Form y^(2) = 4px Given the Vertex and Directrix
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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Overview

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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Example 1

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Identifying the Axis of Symmetry Given an Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Example 2

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Identifying the Focus and Directrix Given and Equation of the Form x^(2) = 4py
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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Example 3

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Graphing Parabolas of the Form x^(2) = 4py
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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Example 4

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Writing Equations of the Form x^(2) = 4py Given the Vertex and Focus
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## Parabolas of the Form x^2 = 4py - Example 5

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Writing Equations of the Form x^(2) = 4py Given the Vertex and Directrix
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