Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 263

# Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 263 - conic section Verify...

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Unit 8, Activity 4, Polar Equations of Conics with Answers Blackline Masters, Advanced Math – Pre-Calculus Page Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum, Revised 2008 261 4. r = 9 5 6sin θ a) 6/5 b) hyperbola c) one of the foci is at the pole and the directrix is parallel to the polar axis a distance of 1.5 units below the polar axis, the major axis is along the pole (d) rsin θ = -1.5 graph: The asymptotes are drawn because the calculator is in connected mode. 5. Given the eccentricity, e = 4 3 and the directrix y = -1.5, find the polar equation for this
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Unformatted text preview: conic section. Verify the answer by graphing the polar conic and directrix on the same screen using the graphing calculator. r = − 6 3 4sin , the asymptotes are drawn because the calculator is in connected mode. 6. Given the eccentricity, e = 2 3 and a directrix y = 3, find the polar equation for this conic section. Verify the answer by graphing the polar conic and directrix on the same screen using the graphing calculator. r = + 6 3 2sin...
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