The equat* ion Ax² + Bxy + Cy² + Dx + Ey + F = *0 is a general quadratic equation with two unknowns.

The curve determined by a quadratic equation with two variables is called a quadratic curve.

Second-order curves, for example, a**re: circl**e,** ellips**e, **hyperbole,** an**d parabol**a.

## 1. CIRCLE

The equation:

is an equation of a circle with center at poin** t C (p, q**) and radi

**u**r (Fig.7).

*s*The equati** on x² + y² = r²** is called the central equation of a circle.

Fig. 7

### 1.1. Mutual relation of rights and circle

Let be the equation of the circle

*(x-p) ² + (y – q) ² = r²*

and the equation of rights

*y = kx + b.*

If the system equations

there are two solutions, then the line intersects the circle; if there is one solution-it touches the circle and if there is no solution-the line and the circle have no common points.

The equation

is a condition that the lin** e y = kx** + b touches the circle x²

*+ y² = r²*The equation

is a condition that the l** ine y = **kx + b touches the circle

*(x – p) ² + (y – q) ² = r²*

### 1.2. Equation of tangent and perpendicular to circle

The equation of the tangent of the circle** x² + y² = r² **at the point

**is**

*M (x₁, y₁)**x₁*x + y₁y = r²

If the equation of the circle is given in the form

*(x-p) ² + (y – q) ² = r²*

then the equation of the current at the point M** (x₁, y₁)** is

The equation of the normal of the circle ** x² + y² = r² at** the point M

**is**

*(x₁, y₁)*and the equation of the normal of the circle

*(x-p) ² + (y-q) ² = r²*

at the point ** M (x₁, y₁)** is

## 2. Ellipse

An ellipse is a set of points in a plane where the sum of the distances of any of its points to two given points is constant (fig. 8).

The equation

is called the central or canonical equation of an ellipse.

Fig.8

The segment ** A₁A₂ **is the major axis of the ellipse and

The segment* B ₁B₂ i*s the small axis of the ellipse and

The poin**t s F₁**

**F₂ are foci of the ellipse and**

*and**F̄₁̄F̄₂ = 2c*

The half-ax* e*s a

*and b and the half-focal dist*

*nce s meet the following relations:*

**a*** a> c an*d

**a²-c² = b²**### 2.1. Ellipse eccentricity

The eccentricity of the ellipse is

The following relation applies to the axles and eccentricity

### 2.2. Ellipse directories

The ellipse directories are two normal lines of lines on which lies its major axis, symmetrically with respect to the center of the ellipse and at a distance a / ε from it. The equations of the directories are:

### 2.3. Mutual relationship of rights and ellipse

Rights and ellipses have the same reciprocal relations as

straight and circular.

Let be the equation of the ellipse b²x**² + a²y² = a²b² and** the equation of the line* у = kx + n.* The relation

* a²k² + b² – n² = *0 or a

**²k² + b² = n²**is a condition tha* t the line u *= kx + n touches the ellipse

**b²x² + a²y² = a²b²**### 2.4. Tangent equation and ellipse normal

The equation of the tangent of the ellip* se b²x² + a²y² = a²b*² at the poin

*reads:*

**t M (x₁y₁)****b²x₁x + a²y₁y = a²b²**

The equation of the ellipse normal * b²x² + a²y² = a²b² a*t the point M

**reads:**

*(x₁, y₁*)## 3. HYPERBOLA

Hyperbola is a set of points on a plane such that the difference in the distances of WHICH was its point up to two given points is constant (fig. 9).

The equation

is called the central or canonical equation of hyperbole.

Fig.9

The segment* A₁A₂ *is the real axis of the hyperbola an

*a*

**d A₁A₂ =**2*(a – half axis). The segment*

*is the imaginary axis of the ellipse*

**B₁B₂***2*

**and B₁B₂ =***b*(b-half axis). The poi

*s F*

**nt***and F₂ are foci of the ellipse*

**₁***=*

**and F₁F₂***2*c (s – half-focal length).

The following relations apply to the half-axes a and b and the half-focus distance:

*a <c *and* c²- a² = b²*

### 3.1. Eccentricity of hyperbole

The quotient s: a from the half-focal length and the real half-axis of the hyperbola is called the eccentricity of the hyperbola and is denoted by** **ε.

Since * s> a,* e> 1 fo

*. In the case of hyperbole, the following applies:*

**llows**where it comes from

### 3.2. Hyperbole Directories

Hyperbola has two directorates and their equations are:

### 3.3. Asymptotes of hyperbole

You do, determined by the equations

are asymptotes of hyperbole

Fig.9

### 3.4. Mutual position of straight and hyperbole

Rights and hyperbole have the same reciprocal relations as rights and circles.

The relation

that is

**a²k² – b² = n²**

is a condition tha** t the line** u = kx + n touches the hyperbo

**la b²x² – a²y² = a²b²**### 3.5. Tangent equation and hyperbola normal

The equation of the tangent of hyperbola** b²x² – a²y² = a²b²**

at any of its points M (* x₁, y₁) *is:

and the equation of the normal:

## 4. PARABLE

A parabola is a set of points in a plane that are equidistant from one constant point and one constant line.

The normal distance from the focus to the direction is usually denoted by p and is called the parabola parameter (fig. 10).

The equati* on y² = 2 p x *is called the canonical equation of a parabola.

The point* O (0.0) is* the vertex of the parabola. The focus has coordinates

*2 a*

**p /***O, ie.*

**nd**### 4.1. Mutual relation of rights and parabola

The relation * р = 2kn* is a condition for

*y = kx + n to touch the parabo*

**the line***рх.*

**la y² = 2**###### 2.4.2. Tangent equation and normal to parabola

The tantrum equation of the parabol* a y² = 2*rx at its point M (

*is*

**x₁, y₁)**and the equation of the normal: