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# Conics Creation

For Algebra 2 and College Algebra
by

## Jennifer Wynne

on 18 May 2012

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Conic Creation-
Algebra 2 Given: May 11
Due: May 24 Requirements:
each conic must be represented (Ellipse, Hyperbola, Parabola, Circle)
all standard forms of the equation must be stated and explained
show an example of each in real life how they are used
three examples:
one showing how to find the equation from points
one explaining how to graph from the center at the origin
one with the center shifted from the origin. hi tech options:
http://prezi.com Low Tech options:

3D model Circles Parabolas Ellipse hyperbola http://mrswynnewhs.edu.glogster.com/false/ http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=3818528&height=267&width=200 http://edu.glogster.com http://animoto.com http://museumbox.e2bn.org/index.php http://classtools.net/fb/home/page http://myfakewall.com http://www.juxio.com/beta/index.php http://animoto.com/play/corYcokjjRp2NZARBA1pQg 10 POINT BONUS IF YOU TURN IT IN BY MAY 22!!! Each conic must be represented
Ellipse
Hyperbola
Parabola
Circle all standard (graphing) forms of the equation must be stated and explained
circle
parabola (horizontal & vertical)
ellipse (horizontal & vertical)
hyperbola (horizontal & vertical) show examples
real life
graphing-from the origin
graphing- shifted from the origin
finding an equation from points three examples:
one showing how to find the equation from points
one explaining how to graph from the center at the origin
one with the center shifted from the origin. 4 minor grades:
Due May 16: Circles section
Due May 18: Ellipse section
Due May 22: Parabola section
Due May 24: Hyperbola section http://www.myfakewall.com/w/Mr.+Conics http://www.myfakewall.com/w/Mr.+Conics Final projects need to be submitted to your Algebra 2 teacher via email!! jennifer.wynne@apps.wylieisd.net paula.nevin@apps.wylieisd.net lisa.sudak@apps. wylieisd.net Come see me if you need help with your technology part of the project before you get too frustrated and give up! On the above dates a rough draft is required showing problems and explanations for the given conic section! These are just some options, be creative!
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