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Given that the equation of the parabola is 5y^2 + 24x = 0.
Find (1)The Axis and vertex of the parabola
(ii)The focus and the directrix
(iii)The distance from the directrix to the focus

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  1. 24x = -5y^2.
    X = (-5/24)Y^2.

    Solution set: (0.0).

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