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5ingeometry pdftexgraphicx ams- math amssymb tipa ulem color textcomp fancyhdr wrapg fancy 11 1 1 Unit LE,RO LO RE 0.5pt0pt 0.5pt 0in 0pt plain 0pt document *Pre – Calculus empty *BSMath 5-2 Acknowledgement AnalyticGeometry *Introduction The study of the geometry of gures by algebraic representation and manip-ulation of equations describing their positions, congurations, and separations is called Analytic Geometry.Analytic geometry is also called coordinate geometry since the ob jects are described as n-tuples of points(where n=2 in the plane and 3 in space) in some coordinate system.
Introduction to Conic Sections and *Conics and Circles Conic sections are the curves which can be derived from taking slices of a “double-napped” cone. (A double-napped cone, in regular English, is two cones “nose to nose”, with the onecone balanced perfectly on the other.) “Section” here is used in a sense similar to that in medicine or science,where a sample (from a biopsy, for instance) is frozen or suused with a hardening resin, and then extremelythin slices (“sections”) are shaved o for viewing under a microscope. If you think of the double-nappedcones as being hollow, the curves we refer to as conic sections are what results when you section the conesat various angles.
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