## SNAP-TEST-CONICS

SNAP Additional Instruction: Draw appropriate figures. Provide complete Process

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## SNAP-TEST-CONICS

## Application of Conics

## Parametric Equations

## Hyperbola

## Ellipse

## Parabola

## Circles

SNAP Additional Instruction: Draw appropriate figures. Provide complete Process

Application Problems-CONICS Note:

Parametric Equations The complete Parametric forms of the Conics with their parameters Note: Parametric form represents a family of points on the conic which is the role of a parameter. Further parameter plays the role of a constant and a variable, while cartesian form represents the locus of a point describing the conic. (1)Parameterisation denotes …

Hyperbola

Ellipse Points to Recollect : ELLIPSE | Major Axis parallel to x-axis Major Axis parallel to y-axis

PARABOLA Above you see the most popular example for Parabolic Curve-the Dish Antenna What is a Parabola: A simple way to define would be, Parabolas are U-shaped Curves that satisfy specific conditions. Remember: Not All U-shaped Curve is a Parabola Question: Why is the Dish Antenna designed in the shape of a Parabola This is …

Circles Concept: Equation of a Circle passing through a point of intersection of a line and a cirlce