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This video tutorial shows you how to graph conic sections such as circles, ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas and how to write it in standard form by completing the square.

Here is a list of topics in this review:

1. How to find the center and radius of a circle

2. How to graph circles using an equation written in standard form

3. graphing conic sections - ellipse

4. How to find the major vertices /vertex and foci of an ellipse

5. How to find the length of the major horizontal axis and minor vertical axis of an ellipse

6. How to find the x-intercept and y-intercept of an ellipse

7. How to find the endpoints of the major axis of an ellipse

8. How to graph a hyperbola

9. How to find the equation of the asymptote of a hyperbola

10. How to find the foci and vertices of a hyperbola

11. How to graph a parabola - conic sections

12. How to write the equation of the directrix of a parabola

13. How to find the coordinates of the foci for a parabola

14. How to identify / distinguish circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas from an equation

15. How to write the equation of a circle in standard form

16. How to convert the equation of a ellipse into standard form by completing the square

17. Hyperbolas & Parabolas - converting to standard form

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