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asymptotes auxiliary circle axes bisects branch called centre chord circle College condition conic section conjugate diameters constant coordinates corresponding cos² curve described Determine directrix distance divide draw drawn Edition ellipse equal equation becomes equation required evidently EXAMPLE excentric angle extremities find the equation focus four geometrical given given point greater Hence hyperbola inclined increases join latus rectum length lies locus major meet negative normal obtain origin parabola parallel parallelogram perpendicular point h point of contact polar equation pole positive produced prove radius ratio referred represents respectively right angles roots shew sides Similarly sin² squares straight line tangent triangle values vertex write x₁ y₁

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