Stretch Factor

What does a normal parabola look like again?

stretch factor =1

And what about one with a stretch factor of 7?

stretch factor greater than 1

And how about 1/10?

stretch factor less than 1

Nice job folks. 

Now get out some paper and get to work! 

And quit smiling…math ain’t that fun.


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