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The extremeties of the latus rectum of the parabola x^2+8y=0 are?

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|dw:1359552834648:dw| smt like this?
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|dw:1359556893096:dw| A clear diagram perhaps,am i right?
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And general equation would be \[\LARGE x^2=-4ay \]
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\[\LARGE x^2=-12y\]
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not sure what im doing :/
find the focus first.
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why locus?
not locus ... focus.
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oh sorry lol
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focus is given (0,3) o.O
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u drew it wrong..
looks like here are couple of examples!! http://www.math-prof.com/Alg2/Alg2_Ch_40.asp
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wth i was looking at the wrong Q sorry @experimentX @sirm3d ! i drew the wrong diagram from my attempts page XD
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yeah,a=2
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4,-4?
(-4,-2) and (4,-2)
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i was telling just the x cods
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yea
then you are right. the x-coord are \(\pm 4\)
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thanks!!

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