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3x^2-2√(3)xy+y^2+2x+2√(3)y=0 determine the type of conic, solve for y, determine the angle of rotation-use the formula cot2=A-C/B and rewrite the equation of the conic using the equation x=x'cos-y'sin and y=x'sin+y'cos IF YOU CAN ANSWER THIS U ARE A SEXY GENIUS K? :D

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This is a beautiful problem, that requires a bit of algebra
this is too funny, i was just thinkin about a problem like this
you can start by finding the angle of rotation, can you identify what A, B and C are?

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um no :3 i just found this on the internet and wanted to see if sum 1 can solve it :|
well what you have here is a eq. of a rotated conic, the standard for is: Ax^2+Bxy+Cy^2+Dx+Ey+F=0
so comparing that ^ to the eq. that you have, can you tell me what A, B, and C are?

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