I'm confused why my teacher is using a different form than the book of the standard equation of a parabola.
Teacher: y - k = (1/(4d))(x-h)^2
Book: (y - k)^2 = 4p(x - h), p != 0
Are the two equations the same? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
I'm confused why my teacher is using a different form than the book of the standard equation of a parabola.
Teacher: y - k = (1/(4d))(x-h)^2
Book: (y - k)^2 = 4p(x - h), p != 0
Are the two equations the same? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!