What is the equation of the ellipse with vertices (5, 0), (-5, 0) and co-vertices (0, 4), (0, -4)?

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What is the equation of the ellipse with vertices (5, 0), (-5, 0) and co-vertices (0, 4), (0, -4)?

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standard form when centered at the origin \[\frac{ x^2 }{ a^2 }+ \frac{ y^2 }{ b^2 } = 1\]
intersects x axis at plus or minus a y axis at plus or minus b
I'm sorry, I still don't understand. This is the first time I've done an assignment on ellipses. Could you show me step by step how to do this?

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|dw:1438037613693:dw| plug into the standard form above. done
still not get?? or doubt because how easy it is??? hahaha.... it is really easy!!
I am really, really bad at math. I can never tell if I'm doing it right when I plug in equations. x^2/25 +y^2/16= 1?
yes, that is it!!
Great, thankyou!

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