A mathematical constant that is defined as the ratio of the arc length of the parabolic segment that is formed by the latus rectum to focus is called as the universal parabolic constant. It is denoted by P and the value can be derived from the equation ln (1 + √2) + √2 and it is equivalent to 2.29558.

A mathematical constant that is defined as the ratio of the arc length of the parabolic segment that is formed by the latus rectum to focus is called as the universal parabolic constant. It is denoted by P and the value can be derived from the equation ln (1 + √2) + √2 and it is equivalent to 2.29558.

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