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AMU Math 111 college trigonomtery week 3 forum American Military University

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According to Wikipedia, that great internet source of both information and misinformation, "In nature, approximations of parabolas and paraboloids are found in many diverse situations."

Start a new message with your example of a parabola in real life as the subject and then tell us about your parabolic find in at least 100 words.

Do not just make this up off the top of your head - this is not a creative writing class. The St Louis Arch, for example, is NOT a parabola - it is an inverted catenary. Please cite a source confirming that your example is, indeed, parabolic and not some other more exotic curve.


Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 250 words. Please respond to at least 2 other students. Your responses should help develop discussion around the topic that your classmate has selected. Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and may include direct questions.

Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:55pm, ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:55pm, ET

Rubric for grading forums: 60% - Initial Post; 20% - Each Response
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(10-28-2015, 05:20 AM)trighelpneed Wrote:  According to Wikipedia, that great internet source of both information and misinformation, "In nature, approximations of parabolas and paraboloids are found in many diverse situations."

Start a new message with your example of a parabola in real life as the subject and then tell us about your parabolic find in at least 100 words.

Do not just make this up off the top of your head - this is not a creative writing class. The St Louis Arch, for example, is NOT a parabola - it is an inverted catenary. Please cite a source confirming that your example is, indeed, parabolic and not some other more exotic curve.


Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 250 words. Please respond to at least 2 other students. Your responses should help develop discussion around the topic that your classmate has selected. Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and may include direct questions.

Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:55pm, ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:55pm, ET

Rubric for grading forums: 60% - Initial Post; 20% - Each Response

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