Posted by **Stephanie** on Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at 8:51pm.

for my homework problem i have the equation:

(x^2/16) + (y^2/1) = 1

I need to find out the center, the vertices, co- vertices and the Foci.

I have trouble knowing how to find them, so if you can please explain them.

Thank you.

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