The standard equation for an upward opening parabola with its vertex at (f,g) is (x - f)2 = 4c(y - g), where c is the focal length, that is the distance of the focus from the vertex. Putting the equation shown in this form we have :- (x - 3)2 = 4 * 1(y - 2) . . . thus c = 1 The vertex is at (3,2) and as the focal length is 1 (and this is positive) then the coordinates of the focus are (3, [2 + 1]) = (3,3).
There is no such thing as a quadric equation. The nearest word is quartic which is an equation involving the fourth power of the independent variable. It is unlikely that you will have come across that. It is possible that you might be wanting to refer to a quadratic equation, which is the equation of a parabola. That being the case, they two represent the same thing.
2 to the 6 power then sixty-three minus one will equal one
x to the power of a whole number, like y=x to the power of 3 or y= x to the power of 6, that will create a parabola
As it is a function and a parabola, it has many y-values. To find a certain one, you would plug a number in for x and solve it, or you could graph the equation see what points fall on the curve. In essence, that equation is the y-values.
2.9^3 = 24.389
-2 times -2 = plus 4 since minus times minus is plus
By definition, any number raised to the zero power is "one".
2 to the power of 7 minus 3 to the power of 3 divided by 7 is equal to 124 1/7 ≈ 124.14
There is no equation but an expression. An expression cannot refer to a parabola. Please check your information and resubmit the question.
if you rearrange it, it becomes 4y + 8 = 3x2 -2x +1 4y = 3x2 -2x -7 y= (3x2 -2x -7)/4 which is a parabola
248 - 1 = 281474976710655