Lesson 10E Operating on a Shoestring Solidify Understanding

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The rectangle in figure is a translation of the rectangle in figure . Write the equations of the two diagonals of rectangle in point-slope form. Then write the equations of the two diagonals of .

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Rectangle ABCD with diagonals AC and BD. A(-1,2), B(-1,-2), C(1,-2), D(1,2). x–1–1–1111222y–2–2–2–1–1–1111222000
Rectangle A'B'C'D' with diagonals A'C' and B'D' A'(-4,3), B'(-4,-1), C'(-2,-1), D'(-2,3) x–5–5–5–4–4–4–3–3–3–2–2–2–1–1–1y–2–2–2–1–1–1111222333444000

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Rectangle ABCD with diagonals AC and BD. A(-3,1), B(-3,-1), C(3,-1), D(3,1). x–3–3–3–2–2–2–1–1–1111222333y–1–1–1111000
Rectangle A'B'C'D' with diagonals A'C' and B'D' A'(-7,-1), B'(-7,-2), C'(-1,-2), D'(-1,-1) x–6–6–6–4–4–4–2–2–2y–2–2–2000

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The equations of the diagonals of rectangle are and .

Rectangle is then translated so that its diagonals intersect at the point .

Write the equation of the diagonals of the translated rectangle.

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An ellipse is centered at the origin. A right triangle is drawn from on the -axis to the origin, , and then along -axis to point .

Ellipse with F1(c,0), F2(c,0, S(0,b), T(0,-b), and points (a,0), center R(0,0) xy

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Find the lengths of the three sides of .

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Triangle is reflected across the -axis so that one of the vertices is now at . Find the sum of .

Ellipse with F1(c,0), F2(c,0, S(0,b), T(0,-b), and points (a,0), center R(0,0) xy

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Explain how the sum of connects to the definition of an ellipse.

For problems 7 and 8, use the given foci and length of the major axis to find the equation of the ellipse.

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Foci located at and

Major axis length

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Foci located at and

Major axis length

For problems 9 and 10, use the graph of the ellipse with indicated foci to find the equation of the ellipse.

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Ellipse with Focus (0,6) and Focus (0,-6) x–5–5–5555y–10–10–10–5–5–5555101010000focusfocus

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Ellipse with Focus (-15,0) and Focus (15,0) x–10–10–10101010202020y–10–10–10101010000focusfocus

Not all ellipses are centered at the origin. An ellipse with center is translated units horizontally and units vertically. The standard form of the equation of an ellipse with center at and whose vertices horizontally and vertically are and , respectively, is .

Write an equation, in standard form, for each ellipse based on the given center, , and the given values for the major axis, , and the minor axis, . Each of these ellipses has a horizontal major axis.

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Write the equation of each ellipse in standard form. Identify the center. Then graph the ellipse.

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Standard form:

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Standard form:

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Use the graph to find the missing values.

Parabola g(x) and line f(x) x–2–2–2222y555000

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