The difference between standard form and vertex form is the standard form gives the coefficients(a,b,c) of the different powers of x. The vertex form gives the vertex 9hk) of the parabola as part of the equation.
difference between as on and as at
Difference between paging and what?
There is no difference between them!
difference between cro and powerscope?
Ignoring air resistance, it would be a parabola.
A parabola has eccentricity 1, a hyperbola has eccentricity greater than 1.
A cubic line is in a cube shape line. and Parabola is a straight line
The .30-06 is 12mm longer, and has a flatter trajectory.
It is the apex of the parabola.
An "ideal" projectile trajectory ... without the influence of wind or air resistance ... is a section of a parabola. That's the figure you get when the horizontal position changes at constant speed and the vertical position changes at a speed that is itself changing at a constant rate.
A gap wedge (or approach wedge) is used to hit shots with a higher and shorter trajectory than a pitching wedge and lower and longer trajectory than a sand wedge.
It is the vertex of the parabola.
If you were on the earth you would not be able to perform this feat. The only non-practical method of doing this is to be in space and shoot horizontally. Your trajectory is always a parabola unless you reach escape velocity.
the ofrmula is x=-b/ab... trust me in in 8th grade taking a 11th grade course!!
The vertex -- the closest point on the parabola to the directrix.
A parabola refers to a symmetrical open plane curve that is formed by the intersection of the cone with a plane that is parallel to its side. The curve on the other hand refers to a line that gradually deviates from being straight for some or all of its length.