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# In parabola, the cables of a horizontal suspension bridge are supported by two towers 120 feet apart and 40 feet high. if the cable is 10 feet above the floor of the bridge at the center. find the equation of the parabola using the midpoint of the bridge as the origin. note: a suspension bridge cable hangs in a parabolic arc if the weight is distributed uniformly along a horizontal.

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• kakima May 11, 2010

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