A plane intersects one nappe of a double-napped cone such that the plane is not perpendicular to the axis and is not parallel to the generating line. Which conic section is formed?

hyperbola

ellipse

parabola

circle

2)

A plane intersects one nappe of a double-napped cone such that it is perpendicular to the vertical axis of the cone and it doesnotcontain the vertex of the cone.

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Which conic section is formed?

parabola

ellipse

hyperbola

circle

4)

Which conic section results from the intersection of the plane and the double-napped cone where the plane is parallel to the generating line? see image

ellipse

parabola

circle

hyperbola

5)

A plane intersects a double-napped cone such that the plane contains the generating line.

Which terms describe the degenerate conic section that is formed? More than 1 answer

degenerate ellipse

point

line

pair of intersecting lines

degenerate parabola

degenerate hyperbol

CrazyDaizy May 17, 2017

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1)ellipse

2) circle

4)parabola

5) line anddegenerate parabola

* I thought it was degenerate hyperbola because of the lines that seem to make sense to me, but it was degenerate parabola

Reference for help with Conic Sections:

https://quizlet.com/22927630/conic-sections-flash-cards/

CrazyDaizy May 17, 2017

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