x^2/a^2 + y^2/b^2 = 2
know have to squar them... but really confused....
pleasee help mee...????
Not clear on what you are asking?! The equation fits into the general formula for an ellipse,
(x-h)2/a2 + (y-k)2/b2 = 1
The length of the "major" (longer) axis of symmetry is "a"; the length of the "minor" (shorter) axis is "b"; there are two vertices and two co-vertices. You can find all the details at
You can fit your formula into the general equation by dividing both sides by 2.