Recent questions in Conic sections

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Virginia Mendez 2022-12-26

What are the total number of curved surfaces and the total number of flat surfaces that a cone has?

1, 1

2, 1

1, 2

2, 2

1, 1

2, 1

1, 2

2, 2

High school geometryAnswered question

Lucille Douglas 2022-09-13

The axial section of the cylinder is a square whose diagonal is 4 cm. Find the total surface area of the cylinder

High school geometryAnswered question

Bruce Rosario 2022-04-22

How to find the coefficient a of a

$y=a{x}^{2}$

parabola?

parabola?

High school geometryAnswered question

Yaritza Robinson 2022-04-21

Solve below somewhat symmetric equations:

x, y, z subject to

${x}^{2}+{y}^{2}-xy=3$

${(x-z)}^{2}+{(y-z)}^{2}-(y-z)(x-z)=4$

${(x-z)}^{2}+{y}^{2}-y(x-z)=1$

$x,y,z\in {R}^{+}$

x, y, z subject to

High school geometryAnswered question

Deegan Chase 2022-03-28

Prove that the product of two lines equations is hyperbola

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rhedynogh0rp 2022-03-25

Convert hyperbola in rectangular form to polar form

$3{y}^{2}-16y-{x}^{2}+16=0.$

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Joey Rodgers 2022-03-18

Can it be shown that gives a conic section?

$r}^{2}=\frac{1}{1-\epsilon \mathrm{cos}\left(2\theta \right)$

High school geometryAnswered question

Harold Kessler 2022-01-07

Find the area of the largest rectangle that can be inscribed in the ellipse $\frac{{x}^{2}}{{a}^{2}}+\frac{{y}^{2}}{{b}^{2}}=1x$

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usagirl007A 2021-09-18

At one point in a pipeline the water’s speed is 3.00 m/s and the gauge pressure is $5.00\times {10}^{4}Pa$ . Find the gauge pressure at a second point in the line, 11.0 m lower than the first, if the pipe diameter at the second point is twice that at the first.

High school geometryAnswered question

Bevan Mcdonald 2021-08-14

Identify each conic using eccentricity.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

High school geometryAnswered question

Rivka Thorpe 2021-08-14

A conic section is said to be circle if the eccentricity e=1

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nicekikah 2021-08-13

Find an equation of the conic described.Graph the equation.

Ellipse; center at (0,0); focus at (0,3); vertex at (0, 5)

Ellipse; center at (0,0); focus at (0,3); vertex at (0, 5)

High school geometryAnswered question

Armorikam 2021-08-13

Your mission is to track incoming meteors to predict whether or not they will strike Earth. Since Earth has a circular cross section, you decide to set up a coordinate system with its origin at Earths

High school geometryAnswered question

nicekikah 2021-08-13

The front (and back) of a greenhouse have the same shape and dimensions shown below. The greenhouse is 40 feet long and the angle at the top of the roof is

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Anonym 2021-08-12

To determine: Find the lateral area of the conical tent.

High school geometryAnswered question

Tahmid Knox 2021-08-12

Show that for eccentricity equal to one in Equation 13.10 for conic sections, the path is a parabola. Do this by substituting Cartesian coordinates, x and y, for the polar coordinates, r and θ , and showing that it has the general form for a parabola, $x=a{y}^{2}+by+c$ .

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Emeli Hagan 2021-08-12

Find the focus, equation of the directrices, lengths of major axis, minor axis and focal diameters, and draw the conic defined by $9{x}^{2}+16{y}^{2}=1$

High school geometryAnswered question

Ernstfalld 2021-08-12

Identify what type of conic section is given by the equation below and then find the center, foci, and vertices. If it is a hyperbola, you should also find the asymptotes.

$4{x}^{2}-24x-4y+28={y}^{2}$

Conic sections equations are usually met in high school geometry, yet college students are also facing the questions that are based on equations for architecture or constructions of parabolic mirrors in solar ovens or the heating elements. You will also encounter parabolic microphones in sound engineering. When you take a look at our examples, you can solve conic sections much easier. The same is also related to congruence examples when you need to compare things that share the same shape and size, meaning that you have the same congruent qualities. It will help you see things clearer when you take a look at the conic sections as the templates. You can also choose one of the answers that are present