### Conic sections

MR. Morrison

Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola

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Across
1.Parabola with vertex(2,-3), focus (2,1) and directrix y= -5
5.Equation for a parabola with vertex (h,k), with vertical axis
9.Equation for parabola with vertical axis, vertex (0,0)
12.Equation of ellipse with vertical major axis, center (h,k)
13.Hyperbola with vertices(6,-3,) and (6,1) and foci at(6,-6) and (6,4)
14.Equation of hyperbola with horizontal transverse axis, center (h,k)
16.Equation of a hyperbola with transverse horizontal axis, center (0,0)
17.Equation of an ellipse with major vertical axis, center (0,0)
18.Equation of a circle with center(-1,3) and radius 2
Down
2.Equation for a parabola with vertex (h,k), with horizontal axis
3.Equation of ellipse with horizontal major axis, center (h,k)
4.Equation of a hyperbola with transverse vertical axis, center (0,0)
6.Equation of an ellipse with major horizontal axis, center (0,0)
7.Ellipse with vertices at (-2,1) and (-2,9) and co-vertices at(-4,5) and (0,5)
8.Equation of hyperbola with vertical transverse axis, center (h,k)
10.Equation for parabola with horizontal axis, vertex (0,0)
11.Equation of a circle with center (h,k) (2 Words)
15.Equation of a circle, center (0,0)

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