Unformatted text preview: making of a whirlpool consists of liquid, gravity, and centrifugal force, when liquid is rotated, the forces of gravity meet the centrifugal force, which results in the liquid forming a parabola shape. The most common example of parabolas is a whirlpool; it rotates around its axis. The water level rises even with the water surface while falling slightly in the center of the parabolas (the axis) (London). Now that I know what a parabolas is I see them everywhere, it’s funny because you do learn something every day. Winston Reference London, J. (n.d.). Real Life Parabola Examples. Retrieved December 15, 2015, from Stapel, Elizabeth. "Conics: Parabolas: Introduction." Purplemath. Available from . Accessed 14 December 2015...
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