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Ellipses. Topic 7.4. Definitions. Ellipse: set of all points where the sum of the distances from the foci is constant Major Axis: axis on which the foci lie; the longer axis of symmetry Minor Axis: the shorter axis of symmetry. Two Standard Equations. Horizontal Ellipse: Foci:

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    1. Ellipses Topic 7.4

    2. Definitions • Ellipse: set of all points where the sum of the distances from the foci is constant • Major Axis: axis on which the foci lie; the longer axis of symmetry • Minor Axis: the shorter axis of symmetry

    3. Two Standard Equations • Horizontal Ellipse: • Foci: • Vertical Ellipse: • Foci:

    4. Writing in Standard Form • Complete the square for both the x-terms and y-terms and move the constant to the other side of the equation • Divide all terms by the constant

    5. Example: Group terms Complete the square Simplify each group Divide by constant

    6. Graphing the ellipse • Put equation in standard form • Graph the center (h, k) • Graph the foci (look at the equation to determine your direction) • Graph a units and –a units from the center to get the end points (horizontally if under x, vertically if under y) • Connect the end points!

    7. Example: 1) Graph Center 2) Graph Foci 3) Graph Endpoints 4) Graph Ellipse

    8. You Try!Write the following equation in standard form, then graph it.