Find an equation of the conic described.Graph the equation.Ellipse; center at (0,0); focus at (0,3); vertex at (0, 5)

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Find an equation of the conic described.Graph the equation.
Ellipse; center at (0,0); focus at (0,3); vertex at (0, 5)
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