A hyperbola is a conic section formed by the intersection of a cone by a plane at an angle where both bases are intersected. The hyperbola is composed of two branches that are a reflection of each other. The hyperbola is also defined as the set of all points in the...

Hyperbolas are formed by the set of all points in the Cartesian plane so that the difference of the distances between any point and the foci is equal to a constant. Hyperbolas have two lines of symmetry. The transversal axis is defined as the segment that...

Ellipses are conic sections formed when a plane intersects a cone in an inclined way. The main characteristic of ellipses is that all the points on their curve have a sum of distances from two fixed points that is equal to a constant. The two fixed points are called...

The eccentricity of the ellipse is a unique characteristic that determines the shape of the ellipse. Eccentricity means the deviation of the curve that has occurred from the circularity of a given figure. For instance, an eccentricity of 0 means that the figure is...

Ellipses are conic sections formed by a plane that intersects a cone. Ellipses are characterized by the fact that the sum of the distances from any point on the ellipse to two fixed points is equal to a constant. The fixed points are called the foci of the ellipse....