This is a calculus question. You would need to use an integral.
It is the apex of the parabola.
No, a parabola does not have to have an x-intercept. ex. -2(x-2)^2 - 4 is a parabola that has no x-intercept.
A vertex is the highest or lowest point in a parabola.
A parabola is a type of graph that is not linear, and mostly curved. A parabola has the "x squared" sign in it's equation. A parabola is not only curved, but all the symmetrical. The symmetrical point, the middle of the parabola is called the vertex. You can graph this graph with the vertex, x-intercepts and a y-intercept. A parabola that has a positive x squared would be a smile parabola, and the one with the negative x squared would be a frown parabola. Also, there are the parabolas that are not up or down, but sideways Those parabolas have x=y squared, instead of y = x squared.
The given terms can't be an equation without an equality sign but a negative parabola opens down wards whereas a positive parabola opens up wards.
If you needed to calculate say, the volume of a gutter, it would be the AREA of the cross-section (parabola) multiplied by the length of the gutter.
Finding the vertex of the parabola is important because it tells you where the bottom (or the top, for a parabola that 'opens' downward), and thus where you can begin graphing.
Since a parabola is an open infinite curve, the area inside it is infinite.
A parabola is a two dimensional open curve. Its area is therefore infinite.
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I think you are talking about the x-intercepts. You can find the zeros of the equation of the parabola y=ax2 +bx+c by setting y equal to 0 and finding the corresponding x values. These will be the "roots" of the parabola.
Relationship between radius and area of a circle is nonlinear. Area = pi * radius^2, so it is like a quadratic. If you graphed radius on the horizontal, and area on the vertical, it would be a parabola (actually a half of a parabola, since you cannot have a negative radius).
Some of many examples are:- Finding the circumference of a circle Finding the area of a circle Finding the surface area of a sphere Finding the volume of a sphere Finding the surface area of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cylinder Finding the volume of a cone Finding the surface area of a cone
The centroid of a parabola is found with the equation y = h/b^2 * x^2, where the line y = h. Additionally, the area is 4bh/3.
A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.
No because the formula for finding the area of an oval, which is an ellipse, is quite different
No. If you tilt a parabola, you will still have a parabolic curve but it will no longer be a parabola.