Recent questions in Conic sections

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Falak Kinney 2021-01-25

Find the equation of the graph for each conic in standard form. Identify the conic, the center, the co-vertex, the focus (foci), major axis, minor axis,

High school geometryAnswered question

CheemnCatelvew 2021-01-19

How is the length of a line segment related to the length of its image under a dilation with scale factor k?

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Jerold 2021-01-19

Equations of conic sections, Systems of Non-linear Equations
illustrate a series, differentiate a series from a sequence
Determine the first five terms of each defined sequence and give its

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Cheyanne Leigh 2021-01-07

Find the vertices, foci, directrices, and eccentricity of the curve wich polar conic section Consider the equation ${r}^{2}=\mathrm{sec}\text{}2\text{}\theta $

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pedzenekO 2020-12-30

A polar conic section Consider the equation ${r}^{2}=sec2\theta $ .
Convert the equation to Cartesian coordinates and identify the curve

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sodni3 2020-12-27

Begin with a circular piece of paper with a4-in. radius as shows in (a). cut out a sector with an arc length of x.Join the two edges of the remaining portion to form a cone with radius r and height h, as shown in (b).

a) Explain why the circumference of the bas eofthe cone is

b) Express the radius r as a function of x.

c) Express the height h as a function of x.

d) Express the volume V of the cone as afunction of x.

High school geometryAnswered question

Suman Cole 2020-12-27

Eliminate the parameter and obtain the standard form of the rectangular equation. Circle:

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sjeikdom0 2020-12-25

Use your some other reference source to find real-life applications of
(a) linear differential equations and
(b) rotation of conic sections that are different than those discussed in this section.

High school geometryAnswered question

DofotheroU 2020-12-24

For Exercise,

a. Identify the equation as representing a circle, an ellipse, a hyperbola, or a parabola.

b. Graph the curve. c. Identify key features of the graph. That is. If the equation represents a circle, identify the center and radius.

If the equation represents an ellipse, identify the center, vertices, endpoints of the minor axis, foci, and eccentricity.

If the equation represents a hyperbola, identify the center, vertices, foci, equations of the asymptotes, and eccentricity.

If the equation represents a parabola, identify the vertex, focus, endpoints of the latus rectum, equation of the directrix, and equation of the axis of symmetry.

High school geometryAnswered question

Amari Flowers 2020-12-14

What are the standard equations for lines and conic sections in polar coordinates? Give examples.

High school geometryAnswered question

emancipezN 2020-12-05

The solutions of nonlinear systems of equations are points that have
intersection of ? tapered sections.

High school geometryAnswered question

nagasenaz 2020-12-03

Instructions: Graph the conic section and make sure to label the coordinates in the graph. Include all the calculations needed to complete the graph. Give the standard form (SF) and the general form (GF) of the conic sections.HYPERBOLA:1) The vertices are at (-2, 0) and (2, 0). The conjugate axis' length is 6.

High school geometryAnswered question

Jason Farmer 2020-12-01

The circle, ellipse, hyperbola, and parabola are examples of conic sections. Their
quation contains ${x}^{2}terms,{y}^{2}$ terms, or both.
When these terms both appear, are on the same side, and have different coefficients
with same signs, the equation is that of an ellipse.

High school geometryAnswered question

Ava-May Nelson 2020-11-22

Solve,
a. If necessary, write the equation in one of the standard forms for a conic in polar coordinates $r=\frac{6}{2+sin\theta}$
b. Determine values for e and p. Use the value of e to identify the conic section.
c. Graph the given polar equation.

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Ramsey 2020-11-12

Find and calculate the center, foci, vertices, asymptotes, and radius, as appropriate,
of the conic sections ${x}^{2}+2{y}^{2}-2x-4y=-1$

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melodykap 2020-11-09

Identify the conic with th e given equation and give its equation in standard form $6{x}^{2}-4xy+9{y}^{2}-20x-10y-5=0$

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Joni Kenny 2020-11-09

What is the eccentricity of a conic section? How can you classify conic sections by eccentricity? How does eccentricity change the shape of ellipses and hyperbolas?

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Anish Buchanan 2020-11-06

Write a conic section with polar equation the focus at the origin and the given data hyperbola, eccentricity 2.5, directrix y = 2

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Tahmid Knox 2020-11-01

Identify the graph of the nondegenerate conic sections: $4{x}^{2}-25{y}^{2}-24x+250y-489=0$ .

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York 2020-10-31

Write a simplitiead expression for the
length of QR.

13y+25

8y+5

QR=

13y+25

8y+5

QR=

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