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Homework Help: Ellipses:)

Posted by Honey on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 11:34am.

Given the ellipse with foci at (5,3) and (5,-5) and a major axis length of 12, determine the center using ( , ) and the denominators of the equation

Center(x )^2/?, (y )^2/?=1

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