Q: How are parabolas used on tennis?

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Parabolas are used in real life in light reflectors on cars to create a concentrated beam of intense light. Braking distance and stopping distance are quadratic formulas so their graphs are parabolas. A ball in motion in space has a path of a parabola.

--actually they are used in real life. parabolas are seen in "parabolic microphones" or satellites. and there are others for both ellipses and hyperbolas.

Becuase a parabola is an arch shape so that is why the 'golden arches' are parabolas.

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Hyperbolic cosines, parabolas, semicircles, triangles are some shapes.

They are used for math and science. They are used in flashlights, solar cooking, throwing or kicking a ball, suspension bridges, and diving.

hyperbolas have an eccentricity (fixed point to fixed line ratio) that is greater than 1, while the parabolas have an exact eccentricity that is equal to 1. And hyperbolas are always come in pairs while parabolas are not.

Parabolas are used in satalights and flash lights and archiceture and maths, whoever wrote eggs is very wrong parabolas ends never meet * * * * * All very true. The only problem is that a parabola is not an ellipse! One of the main uses for an ellipse is to describe planetary orbits.

Parabolas have directori.

Slazenger tennis balls are used at Wimbledon.

The typical sport that uses the term, "deuce", is Tennis or Table Tennis.