Heyyy, I'm learning for ne math test and not get ahead ... :( The question is P "The point P lies on the parabola Determine to this, the corresponding function equation." (1 | 3) was my idea, with y .. = 3 to start, because the slope is yes 3 an
y = x ^ 2 - 6x + 5 Or y = x ^ 2 + 5x + 6.75 Please help me! --answer-- Hello, with such functions You choose the vertex in the simplest way that you can in front of the x changes sign at the number - from -6 is therefore 6, and then sharing before x²
Can one explain the literary parable me? What is there with what equates ?? --answer-- The parable (Greek parabole ---> comparison, metaphor) uses various events of real life into fictional narratives. Or vice versa: Fictional stories have their true
I had in the last question too little information. So I have two points and need the normal parabola. Q (-2/1) S (3 / -4) Is an open upward normal parabola. Normal parabola: y = x ^ 2 maybe somehow the apex shape out Ps? --answer-- You have to point
So we had some months ago this issue and I have really understood very well but it's been a while and now I'm writing a math work about it and I understand nothing more º º □ the someone please tell me can? Ex .: f (x) = 1 / 2x high 2 how do I calcul
--answer-- No: Parabolic troughs are mirror symmetrical to a plane and focus the light onto a line. Parabolic mirrors are rotationally symmetric to an axis and focus the light to a point. Parabolic troughs are parabolic cylinder. Parabolic mirror can
--answer-- At task 18: a) intersections again calculate the equating process: pq-formula and then use x-values in the original equations to get the y-values (must be the same for both). b) Well, here's the strange ... If we start with g thereof,
A parable of the form f (x) passes through the point P = ax² (-1 / -0.25). a) Determine the function equation .b) Check whether the point Q (2 / 0.5) is on the parabola found. I for hours been sitting on all forms, but can not get out there, it's too
Or are there differences and if so, what? --answer-- An equation always has an equal sign, a term is quasi one side of the equal sign. If you are for example as f (x) = 2x is the function equation, the function expression 2x A function term is what f
Is it true the (x-1) ^ 2-1 in a general form looks like this: x ^ 2 + 1? --answer-- I come on: (X-1) ² - 1 = x - 2x + 1 - 1 = x - 2x Binomial formula!
Hello, I need for school in Math create a poster in which I show parabolas that exist in everyday life or in nature or architecture or anything. Now my question is, what else could I write so on my poster? I have 2 images of parables in nature and 2
for example, if x ^ 2 is negative, so -x ^ 2 --answer-- The indicated from you parabola can be easily drawn. Minus ahead is: open downward. Only x² means normal parabola (for you probably a template) Only one number after x² is, at this point is the
Hello! The task is: When a trajectory of the ball reaches a greatest height of 60m and 200m fly far. Give to a function equation of the parabola that describes this trajectory. My approach would be f (x) = - a ((x) * (x-200)) My question now is how f
Hello, does anyone know how to calculate the (s. picture)? e stands for the displacement along the x-axis and the d is the displacement on the y-axis. thank you in advance khoardi187 --answer-- P: x = 1 and y = 3 in the function equation y = (x - e)
Can someone please explain how should I calculate the object 1 me ?????? I understand simply because gaaar nothing: //// Would be really nice Thank you in advance. --answer-- Since there will be a (quadratic) parabola, you know times that the functio
I write tomorrow a math test on the subject of parables and need it to know how to calculate the zeros of a function. I'm trying to solve such a task where the function "y = x ^ 2 + 2x-2" is, but just can not get on the right approach, perhaps c
--answer-- Hello, f (x) = (1/2) x²-1 and g (x) = x are both open upwards, will never intersect. Best regards, Willy Hey, Yes, there is - a1 is the stretch factor of the upper parabola represents a2 to the lower. a1 = a2; ys1 is not YS2 - will never i
Hi folks So a parabolic mirror is a semi-circle, focuses the light in lamps. Does anyone of you, where you will find a small parabolic mirror. If ego search I find only huge. I need one for a flashlight that I want to do. He was just about to have a
I live in a rented apartment in the DG, in front of my large window on the roof is installed an emergency exit with stairs and iron handles, I wanted to iron handle mount a satellite system with parabolic screwing. Inside the window bars of the escap