help finding center, lengthof major axis, equation of the major axis, and coordinates of the extrema points at the end of the axes for each ellipse

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help finding center, lengthof major axis, equation of the major axis, and coordinates of the extrema points at the end of the axes for each ellipse

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is the elipse given parametrically or implicitly?
\[{x}^2/81+{y}^2/16=1\]
ok the elipse general formula is \[x^{2}/a ^{2}+y^{2}/b^{2}=1\] where a and b are the length of each axis. the rest can be derive intuitivly from geometry and algebra

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