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What are they asking? The parabola is in position I. y^2= 4x x^2= 6y x^2+ 10y = 0 x/2= y^2 3y = x^2

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    @amistre64 Can you help me please?

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    these are the options ?

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    Yes, but I can choose more than 1

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    the answer is first and last i guess

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    ok ill try that

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    but what exactly are they asking for

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    They gave me partial credit for those 2

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    see, Let S = y^2 =4ax be the equation of the parabola and P(x1,y1) be any pt. in the region of the parabola then S1= y^2 = 4ax if S1>0 then p is outside the parabola if S1 = 0 then P lies on the parabola if s1<0 then p lies inside the parabola

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    Ok Ill try that.

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    you'll surely get the answer :)

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