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Polar Equations of Conics

Section 10.6
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Marcia Grissom

on 6 March 2012

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Transcript of Polar Equations of Conics


Equations
of Conics
Thank you for your attention!
Are conic sections functions?
What is an advantage of looking at conics in polar form?
Eccentricity of Conics in
Rectangular (x,y) form
Eccentricity of conics
using the focus and directrix
Graphing conics in polar form
e= PF/PQ
parabola: e = 1
ellipse: 0<e<1
hyperboola: e>1
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