Conic-section , Mathematics

How will you find the vertex of a parabola given in 2nd degree form (the axis of parabola is not parallel to coordinate axes)?

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Write the equation in type of standard form. Eg: (y-k)^2 = c(x-h)^2

That is making it a perfect square form.

The vertex is (h,k) in this format.

 

 

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