Jerold
2021-01-31
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To calculate: The vertices and foci of the conic section:
$x29\text{}+\text{}y24=1$

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Nola Robson

Answered 2021-02-01
Author has **94** answers

Step 1

Formula Used: Eccentricity

Step 2

Calculation: Compare the given equation with the equation of an ellipse

Now,

Vertices are:

Now, put the values of a and b to get the vertice of the conic section and we get:

Thus, the vertices and foci of the conic section are:

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