the graph of a quadratic function is a parabola. hope this helps xP
The graph of a quadratic equation is called a parabola.The graph of a quadratic equation is called a parabola.The graph of a quadratic equation is called a parabola.The graph of a quadratic equation is called a parabola.
The graph of a quadratic equation has the shape of a parabola.
The graph of a quadratic function is always a parabola. If you put the equation (or function) into vertex form, you can read off the coordinates of the vertex, and you know the shape and orientation (up/down) of the parabola.
The graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola.
i think its parabola
It is the graph of a quadratic equation of the formy = ax^2 + bx + c
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.
The graph of a quadratic equation is a parabola
It is in the shape of a parabola
The graph (on Cartesian coordinates) of a quadratic equation is a parabola.
A parabola is a U-shaped graph.
Yes but it is not a straight line because it looks like an umbrella and it is called a parabola
St. Louis Arch is an example of a quadratic graph. Umm... many arches are actually *catenaries*, visually indistinguishable from a parabola - this answer should be checked for accuracy.
Standard notation for a quadratic function: y= ax2 + bx + c which forms a parabola, a is positive , minimum value (parabola opens upwards on an x-y graph) a is negative, maximum value (parabola opens downward) See related link.
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.
Like a parabola. Not "like": it would be.
the answer is in bagangby: secret person anneImproved Answer:-It is a parabola
-- The roots of a quadratic equation are the values of 'x' that make y=0 . -- When you graph a quadratic equation, the graph is a parabola. -- The points on the parabola where y=0 are the points where it crosses the x-axis. -- If it doesn't cross the x-axis, then the roots are complex or pure imaginary, and you can't see them on a graph.