# Algebra Homework Help

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# Study Sheet of Conic Sections

A conic section is a curve formed by the intersection of a cone with a plane. Use this printable study sheet to review or learn the terms and concepts of the circle, ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola. Continue reading

# Equation of a Vertical Hyperbola

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# Equation of a Vertical Ellipse

With this Tab Tutor program, you’ll learn about the equation of a vertical ellipse and how to use it to derive the foci, vertices, and minor axis. A useful glossary also introduces you to other features like the latus rectum and major axis. Continue reading

# Equation of a Parabola

A parabola is the set of points that are equally distant from the focus point and the directrix. This Tab Tutor program will help you learn about the equation of a parabola and how to use it to derive the focus, vertex, and orientation. A useful glossary also introduces you to other features like the latus rectum and the axis of symmetry. Continue reading

# Equation of a Horizontal Hyperbola

Learn about the equation of a horizontal hyperbola with this Tab Tutor program. With step-by-step instruction and an illustrated glossary, it will show you how to find the foci, vertices, minor axis, and asymptotes from the equation and vice versa. Continue reading

# Equation of a Horizontal Ellipse

With this Tab Tutor program, you’ll learn about the equation of a horizontal ellipse and how to use it to derive the foci, vertices, and minor axis. A useful glossary also introduces you to other features like the latus rectum and major axis. Continue reading