the graph of a quadratic function is a parabola. hope this helps xP
Y=X^2 is a function for it forms a parabola on a graph.
A parabola is a graph of a 2nd degree polynomial function. Two graph a parabola, you must factor the polynomial equation and solve for the roots and the vertex. If factoring doesn't work, use the quadratic equation.
No. It can also be a circle, ellipse or hyperbola.
Y = X2 ===== The graph of this parabola is crossed only at a point and once by a vertical line, so it is a function. Passes the vertical line test.
No. Parabola and the cubic graph are definitely two different things.
It looks like a parabola which looks like a U shape.
y = ax2 + c is a parabola, c is the y intercept of the parabola. It also happens to be the max/min of the function depending if a is positive or negative.
Yes but it is not a straight line because it looks like an umbrella and it is called a parabola
The graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola
The vertex of a parabola doe not provide enough information to graph anything - other than the vertex!