How to draw a curve in Creo that is defined by an equation?

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So I want to draw a parabola in Creo that is defined by the equation y= (h/(b^2))*x^2

Basically it looks something like this:

http://www.efunda.com/math/areas/SubParabolic.cfm

The reason I am asking this is because I need to manufacture a vessel that has curved edges, but I cannot simply give the equation to the fabricator, I have to give him dimensions, and if I draw the curve in Creo it will show the radius of the curve, but I am not sure how to draw a curve that is a function of an equation. If someone knows then please tell me how
 

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