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Thursday, September 15, 2005

Parabolas [click here to start]

We've learned about all sorts of things you can do to the graph and equation of a parabola. We've also spent some time learning how to read the equation of a parabola. This is a good little review of what we've learned.

Scroll down a little bit and you'll see a button marked [click here to start]. It will open a new window that will allow you to see, instantly, how changing the values of a, h and k effect the graph of a parabola. Play with all three sliders. The section of notes that begins with a red B covers material we will talk about tomorrow. Read it tonight if you want to get ahead of the game. ;-)

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