Q: Can you give me something which has a parabola?

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A parabola opening up has a minimum, while a parabola opening down has a maximum.

It is the bisector of any 2 parallel chords drawn to the parabola. It is always parallel to the axis of the parabola.

All of the points on a parabola define a parabola. However, the vertex is the point in which the y value is only used for one point on the parabola.

Instead of the answer being a curve, it is a region. For example, if y > x2 + 4, the answer is not the parabola y = x2 + 4. Instead it is the region above the parabola (as if the bowl were filled with something.)

Is a parabola whose directrix is below its vertex.

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A parabola looks like a frowning face :( or a smiling face :) The type of equation that would give you a parabola is called a Quadratic equation. Quadratic equations have x^2 as the highest exponent in the equation. ex: x squared + 2x + 1

No. If you tilt a parabola, you will still have a parabolic curve but it will no longer be a parabola.

A parabola is NOT a point, it is the whole curve.

A parabola opening up has a minimum, while a parabola opening down has a maximum.

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It is the bisector of any 2 parallel chords drawn to the parabola. It is always parallel to the axis of the parabola.

All of the points on a parabola define a parabola. However, the vertex is the point in which the y value is only used for one point on the parabola.

Parabola - song - was created in 2001.

It is the apex of the parabola.

Instead of the answer being a curve, it is a region. For example, if y > x2 + 4, the answer is not the parabola y = x2 + 4. Instead it is the region above the parabola (as if the bowl were filled with something.)