   Chapter 10, Problem 3RE

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# Matching In Exercises 1-6, match the equation with its graph. [The graphs are labeled (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f).] y 2   =   − 4 x

To determine

If the equation y2=4x matches with its graph when the options are: Explanation

Given:

The options are:

Consider the given equation y2=4x.

Here, only y has a squared term and x2 is not there. Thus, this equation represents a parabola.

In order to find whether this parabola opens horizontally or vertically, reoresent this equation in the form of standard parabola equation.

Write the equation in the standard form as:

4(x0)=(y0)2

Compare this with the standard equation of a parabola with ve

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