Posted by **Krystal** on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 12:21am.

The arch of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge forms a parabola with equation y=-0.016(x-52.5)^2+45 where x is the horizontal distance(in meters) from the arch's left end and y is the distance (in meters)from the base of the arch. What is the width of the arch?

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