Secondary Catalogue

Series: Analytic Geometry


Equation of a Hyperbolic Conic Section

Equation of a Hyperbolic Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of a hyperbolic conic section.
Equation of a Parabolic Conic Section

Equation of a Parabolic Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of a parabolic conic section.
Equation of an Elliptical Conic Section

Equation of an Elliptical Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of an elliptical conic section.
Polar Equation of a Hyperbolic Conic Section

Polar Equation of a Hyperbolic Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of a hyperbolic conic section, but in polar coordinates.
Polar Equation of a Parabolic Conic Section

Polar Equation of a Parabolic Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of a parabolic conic section, but in polar coordinates.
Polar Equation of an Elliptical Conic Section

Polar Equation of an Elliptical Conic Section

In this video we'll look at how to find the equation of an elliptical conic section, but in polar coordinates.
Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of a Hyperbola

Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of a Hyperbola

Hyperbolas are conic sections that are like double parabolas. In this video we'll look at all the different geometric components of the graph of a hyperbola, including its vertex, axis, focus, and its directrix.
Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of a Parabola

Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of a Parabola

Parabolas are conic sections that we're already familiar with from Algebra. In this video we'll look at all the different geometric components of the graph of a parabola, including its vertex, axis, focus, and its directrix.
Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of an Ellipse

Vertex, Axis, Focus, Directrix of an Ellipse

Ellipses are conic sections that are just elongated circles (they're just ovals). In this video we'll look at all the different geometric components of the graph of an ellipse, including its vertex, axis, focus, and its directrix.