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Can you help and explain this to me @Miracrown

Yes :)

We want to know which direction the ellipse is facing,right?

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let's start with graphing the points given

So, since its (6,0) it would be six units to the right of the center of the figure, right?

yes 6 units to the right of the center and then the co-vertex is 4 units up

Can we also draw those same points flipped over to the other sides?

Yes, we can.

Well, I'd think we can?

Yes, we can. :)

Sorry, I'm not so good that this kind of math.

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so now can we fill in the ellipse from here?

it's ok, don't be sorry - you're learnin'

I'm a little confused. Couldn't it be both horizontal and vertical at this point?

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which direction is our ellipse facing?

Horizontally-

That is exactly it! Since the distance is stretched further along the x-axis it will be horizontal

Likewise :)