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toxicsugar22

  • 5 years ago

coverics at (3,7) and (3,-1) major axis of length 10 and can u show me how u did this

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  1. amistre64
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    coverics?

  2. toxicsugar22
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    covertices

  3. amistre64
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    vertices; is this ellipse or hyperbola?

  4. toxicsugar22
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    ellipse

  5. amistre64
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    cant really determine an ellipse from just this info.... at best I can do is: (x-3)^2 (y-3)^2 ------ + ------ = 1 b^2 16

  6. amistre64
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    without knowing a focus; or eccentricity; there is no solid way to determine the 'b' value

  7. toxicsugar22
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    ok

  8. toxicsugar22
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    i got it

  9. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    yes there are infinitely many ellipses with major axis 10 and those vertices

  10. anonymous
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    wait nevermind that

  11. anonymous
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    there's only one it has minor axis 6

  12. toxicsugar22
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    vertics at (-4,9) and (-4,-3), Covertices at (-7,3) and (-1,3)

  13. toxicsugar22
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    and cam u show me how u got that

  14. toxicsugar22
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    thant is a question

  15. toxicsugar22
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    can u help me with that

  16. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    you look at the distance between vertices to find the axis lengths

  17. anonymous
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    -7-1=6 and 9-(-3)=12

  18. anonymous
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    the center is (-4,3)

  19. anonymous
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    you can get your equation from that. (x+4)^2/(9)+(y-3)^2/(36)

  20. anonymous
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    =1

  21. toxicsugar22
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    8x^2+y^2-48+4y+68=0

  22. toxicsugar22
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    write the equation in standard form

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