Classifying a Conic Section Worksheets
How to Classify a Conic Section - Just as how the area between two radii of the circle enclosed by the circumference of a circle on the upper end is classified as a sector if we consider the three-dimensional version of a circle, which is a sphere, almost similar sector will be known as a cone or a conical section. There are just a few minute differences between a sector and a cone that are; a cone is three-dimensional and triangular in shape, which means it has a flat bottom whereas a sector is two-dimensional, and it has a round bottom due to the curved circumference of that circle. So, it is pretty easy to classify a cone. If the shape is triangular, three-dimensional, which means part of a sphere, and has a flat bottom unlike a sector that has a round bottom, then such a shape can be safely classified as a cone or conic section of a sphere.
Guides students through classifying sections based on their equation.View worksheet
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Independent Practice 1
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Independent Practice 2
Students use Classifying a Conic Section in 20 assorted problems. The answers can be found below.View worksheet
Students are provided with 12 problems to achieve the concepts of Classifying a Conic Section.View worksheet
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Answer Key Part 2
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