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why ? im just asking a question
has nothing to do with math
i just need to post the question gimme a sec please
Jennifer: Please post your question immediately. Otherwise you're going to generate senseless conversations like the one we have here.
Would this parabola be vertical or horizontal? How would you know that?
how do i know if its vertical or horizontal ? i forgott
What is the distance between the focus and the directrix?
yes earlier question was easy as we working it by eliminating options, this one requires full work !
Instead of saying, "how do i know if its vertical or horizontal ? i forgott," please say, "Just a moment; I'll look that up on the Internet."
Please let Jennifer answer the question. Everything else is spam or close to it.
No more posts until Jennifer responds in some way. thank you.
how do i graph it to see the parabola ?
*raises hand* @mathmale can i help the user? answer that question? c:
Review the original problem. This problem statement presents the location of the focus and the equation of the directrix. I invite you to sketch them. Use the Draw utility, below. Future: by all means, go right ahead.
ok first thing tbh i cant graph things in my head so i look up graph paper with 4 quadrants here you go: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks3/maths/images/coordinates15.gif
ignore the little orange dot on the bottom on coordinates (2,-8)
so lets look for (-2, 4)
ok so what have we always learned in school when looking for coordinates?
do we go up first or straight towards the right?
ok think of it like this c: a Plane doesn't just lift up at first it starts gaining speed meaning it goes straight towards the right or left in this case
so you look for -2
and think about what we just said the air plane gains speed
do i graph it like that ?
@ganeshie8 u there?
go look at history chat things getting out of control
please don't use other peoples questions for spam- thank you
O_O um mam look at english chat this isn't only against OS rules but against the law