Recognize the equation and important characteristics of the different types of conic sections, illustrate systems of nonlinear equations, determine th

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Recognize the equation and important characteristics of the different types of conic sections, illustrate systems of nonlinear equations, determine the solutions of system of equations (one linear and one second degree) in two variables using substitution, elimination, and graphing (in standard form), solve situational problems involving systems of non-linear equation
Write the following equation in standard form and sketch its
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Given equation is 9x2+72x64y2+128y+80=0.
Given equation can be written as:
9x2+72x64y2+128y+80=0
(3x)2+23x12+(12)2144[64y2128y]+80=0
(3x+12)2(64y2128y+6464)+80144=0
(3x+12)2(8y8)2=0
Given equation is pair of straight lines.
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