Kehli K.

asked • 08/18/14

(x+7)^2+(y-6)^2=1

If the major axis is horizontal and has a length of 22 units, the minor axis has a length of 18, and the ellipse has a center (-7,6) fill in the missing denominators for the equation and determine the distance from C to the foci (c).
(x+7)^2+(y-6)^2=1

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Phillip R. answered • 08/18/14

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Kehli K.

I'm supposed to have 3 answers for this question, and I'm still confused on what the actual denominators are, do you think you could clarify?
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Phillip R.

The first denominator is 121 and the second denominator is 81. The distance from the center to the foci is represented by c and c equals 2 Times Square root 10
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