# algebra 2

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What is the equation of an ellipse with a vertex of (0, 3) and a co-vertex of (-2 , 0)?

i think its 9x^2+4y^2=36...not sure

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The equation in standard form:

x^2 / 4 + y^2 / 9 = 1

Therefore, you are correct! Good job!

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Thank you :-)

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