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Ellipses and Circles. Section 10.3. 1 st Definition of a Circle. A circle is a conic section formed by a plane intersecting one cone perpendicular to the axis of the double-napped cone. The degenerate conic section that is associated with a circle is a point. 2 nd Definition of a Circle.

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A circle is a conic section formed by a plane intersecting one cone perpendicular to the axis of the double-napped cone.

  • The degenerate conic section that is associated with a circle is a point.
slide5

A circle is the set of all points P in a plane that are the same distance from a given point.

  • The given distance is the radius of the circle, and the given point is the center of the circle.
  • Standard form of a circle with center C (h, k) and radius r is
example 1
Example 1
  • Express in standard form the equation of the circle centered at (-2, 3) with radius 5.
example 2
Example 2
  • Express in standard form the equation of the circle with center at the origin and radius of 4. Sketch the graph.
example 3
Example 3
  • Find the center and radius of the circle with the equation
  • Center:
  • Radius =
example 4
Example 4
  • Write the equation for each circle described below.
  • a. The circle has its center at (8, -9) and passes through the point at (4, -6).
slide13

An ellipse is a conic section formed by a plane intersecting one cone not perpendicular to the axis of the double-napped cone.

  • The degenerate conic section that is associated with an ellipse is also a point.
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An ellipse is the set of all points (x, y) in a plane,

  • the sum of whose distances from two distinct
  • fixed points (foci) is constant.
  • d1 + d2 = constant

d1

d2

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The line through the foci intersects the ellipse

  • at two points, called vertices. The chord joining
  • the vertices is the major axis, and its midpoint is
  • the center of the ellipse. The chord perpendicular
  • to the major axis at the center is the minor axis
  • of the ellipse.

minor axis

major axis

center

vertex

vertex

general equation of an ellipse
General Equation of an Ellipse
  • Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0
  • If A = C, then the ellipse is a circle.
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The standard form of the equation of an ellipse, with center (h, k) and major and minor axes of lengths 2a and 2b respectively, where 0 < b < a,

where the major axis is horizontal.

where the major axis is vertical.

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The foci lie on the major axis, c units from the center, with c2 = a2 – b2.

  • The eccentricity of an ellipse is
example 11
Example 1
  • Find the center, vertices, the endpoints of the minor axis, foci, eccentricity, and graph for the ellipses given in standard form.
  • a =
  • b =
  • c =
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center:

  • vertices:
  • endpoints of the minor axis:
  • foci:
  • eccentricity:
slide23

F2

F1

V1

C

V2

example 21
Example 2
  • For the following ellipse, find the center, a, b, c, vertices, the endpoints of the minor axis, foci, eccentricity, and graph.
  • 16x2 + y2 − 64x + 2y + 49 = 0
  • What must you do to the general equation above to do this example?
  • Complete the square twice.
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16x2 + y2 − 64x + 2y + 49 = 0

  • 16x2 − 64x+ y2+ 2y= −49
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center:

  • vertices:
  • endpoints of the minor axis:
  • foci:
  • eccentricity:

1

a =

4

b =

What type of ellipse is this ellipse?

vertical ellipse?

(2, −1)

(2, 3), (2, −5)

(3, −1), (1, −1)

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V1

F1

C

F2

V2

example 31
Example 3
  • Write the equation of each ellipse in standard form.
  • A. Endpoints of the major axis are at (0, ±10) and whose foci are at (0, ±8).
  • center: (0, 0)
  • vertical ellipse
  • a = 10; c = 8
  • b =
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B. The endpoints of the major axis are at (10, 2) and (–8, 2). The foci are at (6, 2) and (–4, 2).

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C. The major axis is 20 units in length and parallel to the y-axis. The minor axis is 6 units in length. The center is located at

  • (4, 2).
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