   Chapter 10.6, Problem 48E

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Section
Textbook Problem

HOW DO YOU SEE IT? Identify the conic in the graph and give the possible values for the eccentricity. (a)

To determine
The conic in the graph and find out its possible values of eccentricity. Explanation

The curve of the above graph is an ellipse.

The Length of major axis approximately is 2a=7.

The Length of minor axis approximately is 2b=6. So,

c=a2b2=(72)2(62)2=3

(b)

To determine
The conic in the graph and find out its possible values of eccentricity. (c)

To determine
the conic in the graph and find out its possible values of eccentricity. (d)

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