# Algebra: Parabolas Help

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# Algebra: Parabolas

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# Algebra: Parabolas Videos

Translation Of A Parabola To The Left
Video Clip Length: 1 minute 46 seconds
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# Algebra: Parabolas Word Problems

The vertex of this parabola
The vertex of this parabola is at (3, 5). When the y-value is 6, the x-value is -1...
A cable of a suspension bridge is in form of a parabola
A cable of a suspension bridge is in form of a parabola whose span is 40 m. the roadway is 5 m below the lowest point of cable. If a extra support is provided across the cable 30 m above the ground level, find length of the support if the height of the pillars are 55 m
The main suspension cables between the towers
The main suspension cables between the towers of the Golden Gate Bridge form a parabola that can be modeled by the quadratic function

y=0.000112x2 + 220

where x is the horizontal distance from the middle of the bridge and y is the vertical distance from the water level.

The cables are connected to the towers at points that are 5000 feet above the road, and the road is about 220 feet above the mean water ...

# Algebra: Parabolas Practice Questions

To find the value of a in a parabola opening up or ...
What is the equation of this parabola (9,0)
Write the equation of the function y=x to the third which shifts 4 units up and 5 units right