This is a mathematical educational video on how to find extra points for a parabola. In the first two examples there is no need for finding extra points as they have five points and have zeros of the parabola. In example 3 we need to find extra points. The equation is y=4xsquare4x+4. You can take x= 1 and get the value for y. You will get a point now. Similarly you can substitute 2 for x in the same equation and get the value for y. Now you get another point. Now you can draw the parabola.
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