 10.4.74E: Deriving polar equations for conies Modify Figure 10.55 to derive t...
 10.4.87AE: Equidistant set Show that the set of points equidistant from a circ...
 10.4.88AE: Polar equation of a conic Show that the polar equation of an ellips...
 10.4.1E: Give the property that defines all parabolas.
 10.4.2E: Give the property that defines all ellipses.
 10.4.3E: Give the property that defines all hyperbolas.
 10.4.4E: Sketch the three basic conic sections in standard position with ver...
 10.4.5E: Sketch the three basic conic sections in standard position with ver...
 10.4.6E: What is the equation of the standard parabola with its vertex at th...
 10.4.7E: What is the equation of the standard ellipse with vertices at (±a, ...
 10.4.8E: What is the equation of the standard hyperbola with vertices at (0,...
 10.4.9E: Given the vertices (±a, 0) and the eccentricity e, what are the coo...
 10.4.10E: Give the equation in polar coordinates of a conic section with a fo...
 10.4.11E: What are the equations of the asymptotes of a standard hyperbola wi...
 10.4.12E: How does the eccentricity determine the type of conic section?
 10.4.13E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.14E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.15E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.16E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.17E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.18E: Graphing parabolas Sketch the graph of the following parabolas. Spe...
 10.4.19E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.20E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.21E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.22E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.23E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.24E: Equations of parabolas Find an equation of the following parabolas,...
 10.4.25E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following parabolas.
 10.4.26E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following parabolas.
 10.4.27E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.28E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.29E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.30E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.31E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.32E: Graphing ellipses Sketch the graph of the following ellipses. Plot ...
 10.4.33E: Equations of ellipses Find an equation of the following ellipses, a...
 10.4.34E: Equations of ellipses Find an equation of the following ellipses, a...
 10.4.35E: Equations of ellipses Find an equation of the following ellipses, a...
 10.4.36E: Equations of ellipses Find an equation of the following ellipses, a...
 10.4.37E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following ellipses.
 10.4.38E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following ellipses.
 10.4.39E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.40E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.41E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.42E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.43E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.44E: Graphing hyperbolas Sketch the graph of the following hyperbolas. S...
 10.4.45E: Equations of hyperbolas Find an equation of the following hyperbola...
 10.4.46E: Equations of hyperbolas Find an equation of the following hyperbola...
 10.4.47E: Equations of hyperbolas Find an equation of the following hyperbola...
 10.4.48E: Equations of hyperbolas Find an equation of the following hyperbola...
 10.4.49E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following hyperbo...
 10.4.50E: From graphs to equations Write an equation of the following hyperbo...
 10.4.51E: Eccentricitydirectrix approach Find an equation of the following c...
 10.4.52E: Eccentricitydirectrix approach Find an equation of the following c...
 10.4.53E: Eccentricitydirectrix approach Find an equation of the following c...
 10.4.54E: Eccentricitydirectrix approach Find an equation of the following c...
 10.4.55E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.56E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.57E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.58E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.59E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.60E: Polar equations for conic sections Graph the following conic sectio...
 10.4.61E: Tracing hyperbolas and parabolas Graph the following equations. The...
 10.4.62E: Tracing hyperbolas and parabolas Graph the following equations. The...
 10.4.63E: Tracing hyperbolas and parabolas Graph the following equations. The...
 10.4.64E: Tracing hyperbolas and parabolas Graph the following equations. The...
 10.4.65E: Parabolas with a graphing utility Use a graphing utility to graph t...
 10.4.66E: Hyperbolas with a graphing utility Use a graphing utility to graph ...
 10.4.67E: Explain why or why not Determine whether the following statements a...
 10.4.68E: Tangent lines Find an equation of the line tangent to the following...
 10.4.69E: Tangent lines Find an equation of the line tangent to the following...
 10.4.70E: Tangent lines Find an equation of the line tangent to the following...
 10.4.71E: Tangent lines Find an equation of the line tangent to the following...
 10.4.72E: Graphs to polar equations Find a polar equation for each conic sect...
 10.4.73E: Graphs to polar equations Find a polar equation for each conic sect...
 10.4.75E: Another construction for a hyperbola Suppose two circles are center...
 10.4.76E: The ellipse and the parabola Let R be the region bounded by the upp...
 10.4.77E: Tangent lines for an ellipse Show that an equation of the line tang...
 10.4.78E: Tangent lines for a hyperbola Find an equation of the line tangent ...
 10.4.79E: Volume of an ellipsoid Suppose that the ellipse x2/a2 + y2/b2 = 1 i...
 10.4.80E: Area of a sector of a hyperbola Consider the region R bounded by th...
 10.4.81E: Volume of a hyperbolic cap Consider the region R bounded by the rig...
 10.4.82E: Volume of a paraboloid (Archimedes) The region bounded b the parabo...
 10.4.83E: (See the Guided Projects for additional applications of conic secti...
 10.4.84E: (See the Guided Projects for additional applications of conic secti...
 10.4.85AE: Equation of an ellipse Consider an ellipse to be the set of points ...
 10.4.86AE: Equation of a hyperbola Consider a hyperbola to be the set of point...
 10.4.89AE: Shared asymptotes Suppose that two hyperbolas with eccentricities e...
 10.4.90AE: Focal chords A focal chord of a conic section is a line through a f...
 10.4.91AE: Focal chords A focal chord of a conic section is a line through a f...
 10.4.92AE: Focal chords A focal chord of a conic section is a line through a f...
 10.4.93AE: Focal chords A focal chord of a conic section is a line through a f...
 10.4.94AE: Focal chords A focal chord of a conic section is a line through a f...
 10.4.95AE: Confocal ellipse and hyperbola Show that an ellipse and a hyperbola...
 10.4.96AE: Approach to asymptotes Show that the vertical distance between a hy...
 10.4.97AE: Sector of a hyperbola Let H be the right branch of the hyperbola x2...
 10.4.98AE: The anvil of a hyperbola Let H be the hyperbola x2 ? y2 = 1 and let...
 10.4.99AE: Parametric equations for an ellipse Consider the parametric equatio...
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Binomial
A polynomial with exactly two terms

Convergence of a series
A series aqk=1 ak converges to a sum S if imn: q ank=1ak = S

Cosine
The function y = cos x

Equation
A statement of equality between two expressions.

equation of a quadratic function
ƒ(x) = ax 2 + bx + c(a ? 0)

Function
A relation that associates each value in the domain with exactly one value in the range.

Halfplane
The graph of the linear inequality y ? ax + b, y > ax + b y ? ax + b, or y < ax + b.

Irreducible quadratic over the reals
A quadratic polynomial with real coefficients that cannot be factored using real coefficients.

Leastsquares line
See Linear regression line.

Opposite
See Additive inverse of a real number and Additive inverse of a complex number.

Partial fractions
The process of expanding a fraction into a sum of fractions. The sum is called the partial fraction decomposition of the original fraction.

Product of matrices A and B
The matrix in which each entry is obtained by multiplying the entries of a row of A by the corresponding entries of a column of B and then adding

Pseudorandom numbers
Computergenerated numbers that can be used to approximate true randomness in scientific studies. Since they depend on iterative computer algorithms, they are not truly random

Quadratic formula
The formula x = b 2b2  4ac2a used to solve ax 2 + bx + c = 0.

Radian measure
The measure of an angle in radians, or, for a central angle, the ratio of the length of the intercepted arc tothe radius of the circle.

Remainder theorem
If a polynomial f(x) is divided by x  c , the remainder is ƒ(c)

Solve a triangle
To find one or more unknown sides or angles of a triangle

Speed
The magnitude of the velocity vector, given by distance/time.

Terminal side of an angle
See Angle.

yzplane
The points (0, y, z) in Cartesian space.