Q: Write the equation for the ellipse whose center is the origin with a vertical minor axis of length ten and a horizontal major axis of length fourteen?

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This ellipse is centered at the origin and has a horizontal axis of length 26 and a vertical axis of length 12 What is its equation?

6*4

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X^2/2^2 + y^2/4^2 = 1

(x+3)2/36 + (y+2)2/16 = 1

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This ellipse is centered at the origin and has a horizontal axis of length 26 and a vertical axis of length 12 What is its equation?

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If R is the horizontal radius and S is the vertical radius, the Cartesian formula for an ellipse is:f(x) = plusminus (S/R)(sqrt(R2-x2))

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X^2/2^2 + y^2/4^2 = 1

x2/82 + y2/242 = 1

x2/82+y2/42=1

x2/52 + y2/93 = 1

bx2/14 +y2/25 =1

(x+3)2/36 + (y+2)2/16 = 1

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