# Answer: Use a graphing utility to graph any three of the ellipses that you graphed by

## Problem 53 Chapter 10.2

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Problem 53

Use a graphing utility to graph any three of the ellipses that you graphed by hand in Exercises 2132. First solve the given equation for y by using the square root property. Enter each of the two resulting equations to produce each half of the ellipse.

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MATH121 Chhaaptter 44.2aa Lesson 4.2a – Linear and quadratic functions EXAMPLE 1. 2 t(x) = (x – 6) + 6 (First, find 2he vertex. Since this is in proper g(x) = a(x - h) + k form, use the values for h and k as your (x, y) vertex...

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