Author:
Graham Pardun

This lesson demonstrates how to graph a parabola centered at the origin using its equation in standard form.

Tutorial

In this lesson, we'll take the standard form equations for several parabolas (e.g., (x-3)^2 = 8(y-2), and use the definition of a parabola, plus some common sense, plus some easy tools, to graph them in a pretty quick, easy, and sensible way! (Bonus: Includes a horizontal parabola!)