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what is the standard form of the ellipse? center: (-4,9) vertices:(-1,9) (-7,9) co-vertices: (-4,8) (-4,10)

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  1. anonymous
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    Given the verteces and coverteces you can get the length of the major and minor axes. Half the length of the major axis is the "a" value and half the length of the minor axis is the "b" value. Now just modify the x and y values so that you have the correct center.

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