Posted by Sheila on Monday, March 28, 2011 at 3:08pm.
Find center, vertices, co-vertices and foci for the following;
(x-3(^2/49 + (y-4)^2/4 = 1
Center would be (3,4)
Vertices would be found this way:
Vertices = (-4,4)
If ound "c" by 49-4 = c^2
(9.7,4)or left in radical it would be: 3- (3sqrt5),4
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