In this tutorial, we learn how to graph a parabola. Quadratic functions are parabolas. To graph these, you will first need to look at the function, which is the set of outputs for a set of inputs. Write this out on a tchart to find what your 'x' and 'y' values are. Once you find these, you will plug in the coordinates to a graph. After you have written down the coordinates, you can graph your parabola. This is easy to do if you are familiar with quadratic functions and good at math. Just practice and you will understand more after you practice!
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