Gregg O. answered • 07/27/15

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You can re-write it as

x

^{2}/(1/36) + y^{2}/(1/25) = 1.Now you're in standard form!

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asked • 07/27/15I have to find the vertices, foci, and both axes lengths. I can do all this but I don't understand what to do with 36x^2 + 25y^2 without affecting the 1 on the right side of the equationn

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Gregg O. answered • 07/27/15

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You can re-write it as

x^{2}/(1/36) + y^{2}/(1/25) = 1.

Now you're in standard form!

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