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## Which conic is known as Central conic?

The ellipse and hyperbola are known as central conics.

## How do you identify the four conic sections?

If they are, then these characteristics are as follows:

1. Circle. When x and y are both squared and the coefficients on them are the same — including the sign.
2. Parabola. When either x or y is squared — not both.
3. Ellipse. When x and y are both squared and the coefficients are positive but different.
4. Hyperbola.

## Is straight line a conic section?

Conic section: Straight line Each of the lines and curves in this chapter are conic sections, which means the curves are formed when we slice a cone at a certain angle. If we slice the double cone by a plane just touching one edge of the double cone, the intersection is a straight line, as shown.

## How do you translate a circle on a graph?

Center away from the origin

1. Locate the center of the circle from the equation (h, v). Place the center of the circle at (3, –1).
2. Calculate the radius by solving for r.
3. Plot the radius points on the coordinate plane.
4. Connect the dots to the graph of the circle with a round, smooth curve.

## What is the circle point?

Definition: A circle is the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a given point called the center of the circle. Page 1. Definition: A circle is the set of all points in a plane that are equidistant from a given point called the center of the circle.

Three points

## How do you draw a circle with 3 points?

Circle Touching 3 Points

1. Join up the points to form two lines.
2. Construct the perpendicular bisector of one line.
3. Construct the perpendicular bisector of the other line.
4. Where they cross is the center of the circle.
5. Place compass on the center point, adjust its length to reach any point, and draw your circle!

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