# Greg Markowsky's Problem for Parabola

Let A and B lie to the right of the axis OO' of a parabola with vertex O, with A closer to O than B. Draw OB, and draw AA' parallel to OO'. Let C be the intersection of AA' and OB. Choose D on OO' so that CD is perpendicular to OO'. Connect BD and AD. Show that

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### Conic Sections > Parabola

- The Parabola
- Archimedes Triangle and Squaring of Parabola
- Focal Definition of Parabola
- Focal Properties of Parabola
- Geometric Construction of Roots of Quadratic Equation
- Given Parabola, Find Axis
- Graph and Roots of Quadratic Polynomial
- Greg Markowsky's Problem for Parabola
- Parabola As Envelope of Straight Lines
- Generation of parabola via Apollonius' mesh
- Parabolic Mirror, Theory
- Parabolic Mirror, Illustration
- Three Parabola Tangents
- Three Points on a Parabola
- Two Tangents to Parabola
- Parabolic Sieve of Prime Numbers
- Parabolic Reciprocity
- Parabolas Related to the Orthic Triangle

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