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## What is the formula for second degree?

In Maths, the quadratic equation is called a second-degree equation. A quadratic equation is defined as the polynomial equation of the second degree with the standard form ax2 + bx+ c =0, where a≠0, The solutions obtained from the equation are called roots of the quadratic equation.

### What is 2nd degree parabola?

Second degree parabola (y=a+bx+cx2)

#### When a second degree equation represent circle?

ax2 + 2hxy + by2 + 2gx + 2fy + C = 0, where a, h, b, g, f and c are constants. Therefore, the general second degree equation in x and y represents a circle if coefficient of x2 (i.e., a) = coefficient of y2 (i.e., b) and coefficient of xy (i.e., h) = 0.

**What is the degree of a parabola?**

the parabola has a downward opening. The presumption that the axis is parallel to the y axis allows one to consider a parabola as the graph of a polynomial of degree 2, and conversely: the graph of an arbitrary polynomial of degree 2 is a parabola (see next section).

**What is the degree of 2?**

Names of Degrees

Degree | Name | Example |
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1 | Linear | x+3 |

2 | Quadratic | x2−x+2 |

3 | Cubic | x3−x2+5 |

4 | Quartic | 6×4−x3+x−2 |

## What is the general equation of parabola?

Watch The Below Video To Understand the Orientations of Parabola

Equation | Formulas |
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(y – k)2 = -4a(x – h) | Vertex (h, k) Parabola opens to the Left side Focus: (h – a, k) Directrix: x = h + a Axis: y = k |

(x – h)2 = 4a(y – k) | Vertex: (h, k) Parabola opens to the upward Focus: (h, k + a) Directrix: y = k – a Axis: x = h |

### How will you know if the given equation represents a parabola?

Recognizing a Parabola Formula If you see a quadratic equation in two variables, of the form y = ax2 + bx + c, where a ≠ 0, then congratulations! You’ve found a parabola. The quadratic equation is sometimes also known as the “standard form” formula of a parabola.

#### Is a parabola a second degree polynomial?

The graphical representation of a second-degree polynomial function defined by the relationship f(x)=x2 is a basic parabola.

**What do you call a second degree polynomial equation that can be written in the form ax2 bx c 0?**

A quadratic equation is a second order equation written as ax2 + bx + c = 0 where a, b, and c are coefficients of real numbers and a ≠ 0.

**What is the degree of 2 in polynomial?**

Quadratic Polynomial

Types of Polynomials Based on its Degree

Degree | Polynomial Name |
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Degree 0 | Constant Polynomial |

Degree 1 | Linear Polynomial |

Degree 2 | Quadratic Polynomial |

Degree 3 | Cubic Polynomial |

## What is the equation of parabola?

Parabola is an important curve of the conic sections of the coordinate geometry. The general equation of a parabola is: y = a (x-h) 2 + k or x = a (y-k) 2 +h, where (h,k) denotes the vertex. The standard equation of a regular parabola is y 2 = 4ax. Some of the important terms below are helpful to understand the features and parts of a parabola.

### How do you find the slope of a parabola from a graph?

In the general case the axis of the parabola will have a slope m and all lines parallel to the axis intersect the parabola at a single point (this is a peculiar property of the parabola). ( b m 2 + 2 h m + a) x 2 + 2 ( b k m + f m + g + h k) x + b k 2 + 2 f k + c = 0. b m 2 + 2 h m + a = 0.

#### How do you state the direction of a parabola?

State whether the parabola opens upward, downward, right or left, and also write the coordinates of the vertex, the focus, and the equation of the directrix.

**How do you find the tangent of a parabola?**

Tangent: The tangent is a line touching the parabola. The equation of a tangent to the parabola y 2 = 4ax at the point of contact (x1,y1) (x 1, y 1) is yy1 = 2a(x +x1) y y 1 = 2 a (x + x 1).