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a. Write an equation for a parabola whose vertex is the point (5. - 10). Use a as an unspecified constant. Preview b. Find the value of a if the y-intercept of the parabola is -5. Preview

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{:[" (a) Vertex "([h","k],[5","-10])],[(y-k)^(2)=4a(x-h)],[(y-(-10))^(2)=4a(x-5)],[(y+10)^(2)=4a(x-5)]:}(b){:[y ... See the full answer