Rotated parabola formula

- Hi guys, I have a set of points through which I need to fit a general
**parabola**(to find out its vertex, angle of inclination of directrix from x-axis and parameter a). But problem is these points are not well conditioned and they are in a**rotated**and translated coordinate system, though not inclined set of axes (angle between axes ==90 degree). - When a liquid is
**rotated**, gravity forces cause the liquid to form a**parabola**-like shape. The most common example is when you**rotate**an orange juice glass around its axis to stir it up. The juice level rises along the sides of - Subscribe Now:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducationWatch More:http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducationRotating a
**parabola** - If a
**parabola**has a horizontal axis, the standard form of the**equation**of the**parabola**is this: (y - k)2 = 4p(x - h), where p≠ 0. The vertex of this**parabola**is at (h, k). The focus is at (h + p, k). The directrix is the line x = h - p. The axis is the line - The
**equation**of a**parabola**: 2000-05-22: Ian Forsyth pose la question : Given the points A(0,0) B(60,10) C(24,d) find the**equation**... I figured out the 5 new points on the**rotated parabola**. The original**parabola**with**equation**y = x 2 and this**parabola rotated**30 ' ccw looks like this: To get the new x and new y, ...