Suggest review material for conic sections please.
Can someone suggest some good material to review conic sections? I'm looking for something at a precalc level I guess. It should start from scratch like geometric definitions and equations and finding special points and lines, eccentricity and polar equations. (Does the hyperbola even have a polar equation?)
If it includes things like general rotations and some linear algebra that's a plus too.
I know Khan academy has some stuff on conic sections but it seems to be a little slow paced. Either videos or lecture notes would be fine.
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