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bata_17 Group Title

what can you say about the conics? can u give me an example of conics?

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  1. robinfr93 Group Title
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    Circle, ellipse, hyperbola, parabola are examples of conics Conics usually have an equation of degree 2... There are many forms of equation but right now just stick to the most basic one

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  2. bata_17 Group Title
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    tnx #robinfr93. can you give me the standard form of any type of conics?

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  3. jedai17 Group Title
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    parabola: Ax2 + Dx + Ey = 0 circle: x2 + y2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 ellipse: Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 hyperbola: Ax2 – Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0

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    what is the purpose of getting the asymptotes of the hyperbola?

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  5. robinfr93 Group Title
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    #Jedai17 provided you the general form of the conics.. The standard forms are these.. Circles : x^2 + y^2 = r (r is the radius) Ellipse: x^2/a^2+ y^2/b^2 = 1 for horizontal axis and x^2/b^2+y^2/ a^2 = 1 for vertical axis (a is one of the co-ordinate of major axis and b a co-ordinate of minor axis) Parabola: y = x^2

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  6. robinfr93 Group Title
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    Umm bata_17. Can I ask you a personal question which grade are you in??

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  7. robinfr93 Group Title
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    Btw general form are little advanced formulas to deal with Ill say keep it simple!! :)

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  8. bata_17 Group Title
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    sure @robinfr93. do i look too young? i'm already 2nd year college

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    Hey @robinfr93 , slight mistake in there... *Circles* x^2 + y^2 = r^2 ... in place of *r*...

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  10. robinfr93 Group Title
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    hahahhaa!! yes you do!! @saloniiigupta95 thanx for the answer back there, I for got to square two there so was getting the wrong answer!! yeah ryt!! Thanx for pointing that out!! Another Typo!! Sigh!! :P well I'll say if you don't have a solid foundation in graphing functions and asymptotes and all, try reading Precalculus by John W Coburn. It'll Clear all your doubts adn will give you an understanding on how to use all these stuff in rela life!!

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    The "general" equation of a circle is: x2 + y2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 The "center-radius" form of the equation is: (x – h)2 + (y – k)2 = r2 another information about circle. @saloniiigupta95 your equation in circle is correct

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  12. bata_17 Group Title
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    thanks for the informations :)

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  13. robinfr93 Group Title
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    nah I'm pretty sure thats also standard equation. general equation of a circle is of the form ax^2 + by^2 + hxy + 2gx + 2fy + c =o

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    with centeres (-g,-f) and radius (g^2 + f^2 - c)^1/2

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  15. robinfr93 Group Title
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    oops sorry theres no xy term.. sorry!!

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  16. robinfr93 Group Title
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    man its just not my day I guess!! :'(

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  17. robinfr93 Group Title
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    but still thats the general form!! and what you typed was the standard form!!

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    ahh ok thank you so much :)

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