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circle and ellipse are closed curved conic section!, from bilal , Pakistan Full Answer

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No, a conic section does not have vertices. If it is a circle, it has a center; if it is a parabola or hyperbola, it has a focus; and if it is an ellipse, it has foci. Full Answer

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A conic section is a curve formed by the intersection of a plane with a cone (conical surface). If the section is parallel to the base of the cone, the conic section has a fixed diameter and is a circle… Full Answer

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Bi-truncated conic section, or doubly-truncated conic section Full Answer

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An ellipse is a conic section which is a closed curve. A circle is a special case of an ellipse. Full Answer

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Parabolas have directori. Full Answer

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Any conic section. Full Answer

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The standard of conic section by linear is the second order polynomial equation. This is taught in math. Full Answer

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the figure defined by intersection of a cone and a plane. Full Answer

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A conic section. Full Answer

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A conic section is the intersection of a plane and a cone. The circle is a conic section where the plane is perpendicular to the axis of the cone. The special case of a point is where the vertex of… Full Answer

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A hyperbola Full Answer

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Aa closed conic section shaped like a flattened circle Full Answer

A conic section is the intersection of a plane and a cone. By changing the angle and location of intersection, we can produce a circle, ellipse, parabola or hyperbola; or in the special case when the plane touches the vertex… Full Answer

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It sounds like this describes the conic section which is 2 straight lines intersecting at the origin [degenerate form of a hyperbola], but I may be misunderstanding the phrasing of the question. Full Answer

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They are the shapes of the slices when you slice a cone. For example, when you slice it parallel to the base and look at the shape of the slice, you see the conic section known as a "circle". The… Full Answer

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A hyperbola. Full Answer

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Conic section Full Answer

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It is a parabola. Full Answer

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A circle is a type of conic section, produced by the intersection of a plane and a cone. Full Answer

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This kind of conic section is a circle Full Answer

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All object in freefall travel along a path that is a conic section. Full Answer

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The phrase is a "conic section". Full Answer

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Calculating the eccentricity requires information about the nature of the conic section. Full Answer

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Due to most conventional way for writing functions (two parts) that represents a ellipse is (x - a)^2 / c + (y - b)^2 / d = 1, which is similar to those of conic functions (hyperbolas) where + is… Full Answer