Completing squares:
or
we have the parabola in the canonical form:
Then, the directrix is:
etc.
Fernando Revilla
I have two questions for which I have partial working for, but I am unsure of the working for them.
Q)1:
Find (a) the directrix, (b) the focus and (c) the roots of the parabola
Answer(s):
a)
y=
b)
(2.5,-2)
c)
Therefore x=4 and x=1.
I'm very certain of my answer for c), however I lost my working for a) and b) so I'm fairly certain that I am incorrect for those answers.
Q)2
Graph
Show how you arrived at your graph by determining the x-intercepts, the extent of the graph and the asympotes.
A) I admit to being lost when it comes to this question, I know how to work these kind of questions under other situations where the x and y are reversed. E.g.: . I am very lost as to what to do with this one though.
When I try to determine 'c' I come out with
I don't really see how that can be correct.
Thank you.
Completing squares:
or
we have the parabola in the canonical form:
Then, the directrix is:
etc.
Fernando Revilla
Well, that is a standard way. For helping you I should know what can I use.
Fernando Revilla
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