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Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
Conic sections and introduction to circles
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Conic sections and introduction to circles

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Conic Sections and Introduction to Circle

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  • 1. Conic Sections and Introduction to Circles
  • 2. Conic Sections
    Circle
    Ellipse
    Parabola
    Hyperbola
  • 3. Why are they called Conic Sections?
    If we have a cone as shown below and we use a rectangular plane to slice it when it is:
    Perpendicular to the Y-Axis
    Tilted
    The plane is parallel to one of the sides
    When the plane is tilted in such a way that it also slices the upper part of the cone
  • 4. When viewed from the top the resulting shapes would be a circle ellipse, parabola and hyperbola respectively
    Circle
    Ellipse
  • 5. Parabola
    Hyperbola
  • 6. Introduction to Circles
  • 7. Circles
    General Formula : x^2+y^2 = r^2
    A circle is the set of points in a plane that are equidistant from a given point .
    If the circle is shifted, equate the x and y components to 0 to find the new center of the circle then solve for the radius
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  • 9. That’s All!!

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