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March 10th, 2018, 03:39 AM   #1
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[ASK] Reflected Parabola

Determine the reflection of a parabola $\displaystyle y^2-2y-4x-11=0$ by the line y = -x.

I know how to do it graphically, but please tell me how to do it algebraically.
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You need to know a couple facts. If you need help proving these, just post again.

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