In this episode of Engineer In Training Exam TV, Justin walks you through a Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review of Ellipses.

We will begin by defining the general equation for an ellipse and then run through a few example problems.

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Hey what’s going on everyone, it’s Justin Dickmeyer from EngineerInTrainingExam.com.

In today’s video we are going to present a Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review of Ellipses.

We’ll start off this tutorial discussing the theory and then get in to working a problem.

So let’s start off our Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review of Ellipses by reviewing the General Formula.

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Larry says

I followed the EIT Academy and video lesson fine except I don’t understand how the sign of “h” and “k” is determined. For example (video lesson), the (x+2)squared 2/a +(y-4)squared/25=1 results in h=-2, k=4, a=3, b=5. I don’t understand why “h” is negative and “y” is positive. Otherwise, I get it.

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