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Some Definitions in Parabola. (Tutorial)

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  1. arindameducationusc
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    \(\Huge\color{DarkGreen}{Some~Definition~of~Parabola} \) 1)Axis=> it is a line which is perpendicular to directrix and passes through the focus. Parabola is symmetrical about this axis. 2) Vertex=> It is the point of intersection of the axis and the parabola. 3)Foot of Directrix(F.D)=> It is the intersection point of axis and directrix. 4)Tangent at Vertex(T.V)=> It is a line which is parallel to directrix and which touches the parabola at its vertex. 5)focal chord=> A chord of parabola which passes through its focus

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    6)Double Ordinate=> It is the chord of parabola which is parallel to directrix and perpendicular to axis. 7)Latus Rectum (L.R)=> It is the double ordinate of parabola which passes though focus.

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    This is a basic tutorial, hope this helps! Anybody can share their knowledge here....

  5. arindameducationusc
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    Here is a more basic tutorial about Conic Section from @Ksanka http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/551850cbe4b092f6bebee052 Happy Learning!

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    Sounds great as always, very detailed.

  7. arindameducationusc
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    Thank you @twistnflip

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    Good Job

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    Very helpful

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    Good work! :D

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    Thank you @isaac4321 and @pooja195

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    good job:)

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    good work bro. Like your mathematical rigor.

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    Thank you @heretohelpalways and @Robert136 :)

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    thanks for the book

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    welcome :)

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    wow I have not read, but since you get so many medals for writing out these things I am sure they are great. good job!!

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    nice work

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    @madhu.mukherjee.946 Thank you

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