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Conics Review Your last test of the year! Study Hard!
Name the Conic without graphing X 2 + Y 2 -4Y-12=0
Name the Conic without graphing X 2 + 4X-Y+4=0
Name the Conic without graphing 25Y 2 -4X 2 =100
Name the Conic without graphing 9X 2 + 4Y 2 - 18X+16Y=0
Name the Conic without graphing (X-2) 2 + (Y-3) 2 =1 16 9
Write the Equation of the Conic Described Circle with Center (4,-1) containing point (3,1)
Write the Equation of the Conic Described Parabola with focus (3,6) and directrix x=6
Write the Equation of the Conic Described Ellipse with Vertices (10,4) (2,4) and Foci (7,4)(5,4)
Write the Equation of the Conic Described Hyperbola with foci (0,6) and (0,-6) and one vertex (0,4)
Name the critical elements of the following ellipse 9X 2 + 25Y 2 +36X-150Y+36=0
Name the critical elements of the following parabola Y+2=8(X+1) 2
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Parabolas $ $300 $300 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $100.
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Ellipse Standard Equation Hyperbola. Writing equation of an Ellipse Example: write the standard form on an ellipse that has a vertex at (0,5) and co-vertex.
What is the standard form of a parabola who has a focus of ( 1,5) and a directrix of y=11.
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Review Day! Hyperbolas, Parabolas, and Conics. What conic is represented by this definition: The set of all points in a plane such that the difference.
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Conics This presentation was written by Rebecca Hoffman Retrieved from McEachern High School.
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