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Now that I look at the problem, i dont even think I did it right

let me see if i can work it to a equation with....\[(x-h)^{2} = 4p(y-k) \right?\]

Yes, but you already know h = k = 0. No need to mess with those.

okay um... hold on

so if its 4, i divide by the 4p to get 1

Close. You're backwards.
'p' is the distance that we know. p = 4, then 4p = 16.

isnt that a different equation to another problem? it looks familar

how do i get the focus of 4,0?

That's where we started. Remember the cernter of the circle?

isnt that 0,0? right the center? cuz the vertex is.....is the point where the parabola starts

okay, but how do we get the 16? i dont understand how that was found

More Review:
The distance from the vertex to the focus is 4.
Thus, p = 4 and 4p = 16

so that means.....you...divide by the 4 to get 4? an that is the focus?

i will thank you. i will go over these steps.