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- cutiecomittee123

What conic section does this equation represent?
9x^2+4y^2+18x=16

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- cutiecomittee123

What conic section does this equation represent?
9x^2+4y^2+18x=16

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- cutiecomittee123

Isnt it a circle?

- tkhunny

With no xy-term, these are eyeball problems.
Both Positive? Ellipse unless coefficients are the same, then Circle.
Just ignore x-terms, y-terms, and constants.

- tkhunny

\(9\ne 4\) Ellipse, not Circle.

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- cutiecomittee123

Its a parabola

- tkhunny

No, parabolas can't have x^2 and y^2.
x^2 and y -- parabola
x and y^2 -- parabola
x^2 and y^2 -- NOT a parabola.

- cutiecomittee123

it is though I looked at the answer sheet

- cutiecomittee123

I know it frustrated me as well

- tkhunny

Then the answer sheet is wrong or you have written the problem incorrectly. These are the ONLY two choices if that is what the answer sheet things.

- cutiecomittee123

Maybe I wrote the problem incorrectly. thank you anyways
I have another question, are you willing to help?

- tkhunny

Posts new questions on new threads, please. Use what you learned here to show your best work. Maybe what we learned here was not to rely on the answer sheet.

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