Please help! what are the focus and directrix of the parabola with equation y =1/16x?

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Please help! what are the focus and directrix of the parabola with equation y =1/16x?

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Hi, I see, its parabola
im parabola.lol
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alrighttt..
Complete the square on the x terms. Divide the coefficient on the 1st degree x term by 2 and square it. Add the result to both sides of the equation. That will give you a perfect square on the left
yeah I'm just completely lost and I have less than 2 min to get this done. think i'm just gonna take a guess on this one and hope for the best. lol
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now???
okay, soo.. would the -4 be my directrix? i'm still so lost. lol there's an option for focus (0,4) and directrix -4
yup!
awesome. thank you so much!
my pleasure.

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