1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In highway design, for civil engineers the quadratic function y= ax^2+bx +c is called the transition curve, because its properties provide a smooth transition between peaks and valleys. A road with an initial gradient of 3% can be represented by the formula y=ax^2+0.3x+c , where y is the elevation and x is the distance along the curve. Suppose the elevation of the road is 1105 feet at points 200 feet and 1000 feet along the curve. Find the equation of the transition curve. Is this a theory of quadractic equation problem? Where I should use the roots and find the new equation?