Q: What does ellipse mean in art form?

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an ellipse is a circle in a drawing. E.G. at the top of a flower vas.

isn't it an arty word, like when you draw an ellipse-- so when you see/draw something with an ellipse you call it an elliptical drawing

ax^2+by^2=k is an ellipse this is not in standard form which is x^2/a^2+y^2/b^2=1 but you will often see ellipses written this way. ellipses are also commonly written in their parametric form which is x=ccos(t) and y=dsin(t). finally a circle is a special case of an ellipse and if a b or k are 0 or negative it is not an ellipse. c and d can be positive but not 0.

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ellipse is the shape of an egg

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pretaining or having the form of an ellipse

"Elliptical" or "Ellipsoidal".

an ellipse is a circle in a drawing. E.G. at the top of a flower vas.

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A sphere is three-dimensional whereas an ellipse is two-dimensional. An ellipse can have an oval shape but a cross section of a sphere is always circular.

If you mean the shape of the orbit, that's an ellipse.

It is an old way of saying "Who are you?" It would have been in the form "Who art thou?"

it is a form of martial art.

If a = b then it is a circle; otherwise it is an ellipse.

I think you mean an ellipse.

Achitecture is an art form. You can express art in a building however you want. Google "buildings with odd shapes" or "buildings as art" to see what I mean.* Check out the Bauhaus movement. They were the founding fathers of modern architecture as an art form, including the furniture within.

It means the shape and structure of an object.