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# Draw the graph of the following parabolas

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Draw the graph of the following parabolas:

1. 4y² = -3x

2. x² = 7y

3. (y - 3)² = 12(x + 2)

4. (x + 4)² = -40y

5. x² = 12(y - 2)

6. y² = -32 (x + 3)

7. (x + 1/2)² - 3/2y = 0

8. (x + 4)² = 8(y - 6)

9. V(-3, 6) and F(-1, 6)

10. V(0,0), passing P(4, 6), and axis horizontal

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Draw the graph of the following parabolas:

1. 4y² = -3x

2. x² = 7y

3. (y - 3)² = 12(x + 2)

4. (x + 4)² = -40y

5. x² = 12(y - 2)

6. y² = -32 (x + 3)

7. (x + 1/2)² - 3/2y = ...

#### Solution Summary

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