The important difference in the two equations is in which variable is squared: for regular (vertical) parabolas, the x part is squared; for sideways (horizontal) parabolas, the y part is squared. The “vertex” form of a parabola with its vertex at (h, k) is: regular: y = a(x – h)2 + k

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## What Is A Sideways Parabola Called

The important difference in the two equations is in which variable is squared: for regular (vertical) parabolas, the x part is squared; for sideways (horizontal) parabolas, the y part is squared. The "vertex" form of a parabola with its vertex at (h, k) is: regular: y = a(x – h)2 + k

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