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Find the equation of the parabola, in standard form, whose Vertex (2, 1), ends of the latus rectum (-1, -5) and (-1, 7).

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  2. The length of the latus rectum 4p=12

    The focus is s=(-1,1)
    The vertex is A=(2,1)
    The equation of the parabola is (y-k)^2= - 4a(x-h)
    (y-1)^2= -12(x-2)

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