I hope you mean "parabola"
There are two forms of parabolas. What are they?
Once you know which of the two you need, how can you determine the specifics of the equation?
All right. We have an equation now. That's a step in the right direction.
A parabola is defined by three points. Since we have three points here, we can define it.
In our equation , we can use to get an equation in three unknowns: . Doing the same with the other two points will give us three equations in three unknowns, and from there, we can solve for .
So we get
Subtract equation (2) from equation (1) and then subtract equation (3) from equation (1)
You can find values of k and p from these and then use one of the original equations to find h.
Another (perhaps simpler in this case) way to approach this is to use the "standard" form for this kind of parabola:
and plug the points into that. This gives you a linear system in a, b, and c.