Algebra 2

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Choose the equation that best represents an ellipse for the given foci and co-vertices.

1. foci (+-2, 0)
co-vertices (0, +-4)

2. foci (+-3, 0)
co-vertices (0,+-6)

3. foci (0, +-3)
co-vertices (+-5, 0)

Choose the equation for the hyperbola centered at the origin with the given characteristics.

8. one focus (0, square root of 34), one vertex (0, 5)

9. vertical transverse axis, b = 6, c = square root of 45

10. vertices (+-2, 0), perimeter of central rectangle 24 units

  • Algebra 2 -

    OH heyy!!! How about this for your answer? DO YOUR OWN WORK and quit CHEATING.

  • Algebra 2 -

    x^2/20 -y^2/16

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