Posted by **Beyonce** on Monday, April 2, 2012 at 11:56am.

A degenerate cone results when the intersectoin of a plane with a double napped con is not a parabola, circle, elllipse, or hyperbola.

When a plane parallel to the cone's nappe passes through the cone ,it can creat parabola. What can also be created when a plane passes parallel to the cone's nappe?

How is it created?

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