## Posts Tagged ‘left’

### Ex: Identify Function Translations using Function Notation

This video explains how to identify a shift up, down, left, and right given the translation in function notation.

### Ex: Equations of a Transformed Exponential Function

This video provides 4 examples of how to determine the equation of a transformed exponential function.

### Ex: Solve a Linear Equation in One Variable that Requires Simplifying

This video provides two examples of how to solve a linear equation in one variable that requires simplifying before solving.

### SAT Math (Geometry) – Practice 2.8

The video provides an explanation of a practice SAT math question involving geometry.  View or download the practice questions at http://www.ck12.org.

### Ex 2: Find the Equation of a Parabola Given the Focus and Vertex. (Negative a)

This video provides two examples of how to find the standard equation of a parabola given the coordinates of the focus and the vertex.  These examples have a negative value of a.

### Ex 1: Find the Equation of a Parabola Given the Focus and Vertex. (Positive a)

This video provides two examples of how to find the standard equation of a parabola given the coordinates of the focus and the vertex.  These examples have a positive value of a.

### Ex 10: Conic Section: Parabola with Horizontal Axis and Requires Completing the Square (Left)

This video provides an example of how to find the vertex, focus, directrix, axis, and the endpoint of the latus rectum (focal diameter) when the vertex is NOT at the origin.  This example requires completing the square and opens left.

### Ex 9: Conic Section: Parabola with Horizontal Axis and Requires Completing the Square (Right)

This video provides an example of how to find the vertex, focus, directrix, axis, and the endpoint of the latus rectum (focal diameter) when the vertex is NOT at the origin.  This example requires completing the square and opens right.

### Ex 8: Conic Section: Parabola with Horizontal Axis and Vertex NOT at the Origin (Right)

This video provides an example of how to find the vertex, focus, directrix, axis, and the endpoint of the latus rectum (focal diameter) when the vertex is NOT at the origin.  This example opens right.

### Ex 7: Conic Section: Parabola with Horizontal Axis and Vertex NOT at the Origin (Left)

This video provides an example of how to find the vertex, focus, directrix, axis, and the endpoint of the latus rectum (focal diameter) when the vertex is NOT at the origin.  This example opens left.