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Intro to Conic Sections
It all depends on how you slice it! Start with a cone:
IF we slice the cone, parallel to the base, what do we get? A Circle!
IF we slice the cone at an angle, what do we get now? An Ellipse!
IF we just take a slice from the lateral face of the cone, what do we get? A Parabola!
Finally, let’s take a slice from the lateral face, perpendicular to the base A Hyperbola!
These shapes are called Conic Sections. We can use Algebra to describe the equations and graphs of these shapes.
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