# Ch 7: Analytic Geometry

Learn more about analytic geometry, including graphing and two and three dimensional figures. These lessons and quizzes can be used as a mobile, convenient way to study for an upcoming test or homework assignment.

## Analytic Geometry - Chapter Summary

Our instructors will define a dihedral angle, teach you how to graph points and lines in three dimensions and find the equation for a circle. You will learn the definition and formulas associated with spheres and how foci relate to ellipses and hyperbolas.

Your study will continue with a differentiation between the polar forms and parametric forms of conic sections and a study of the angle formed from two intersecting lines. Given three points, you will also learn how to find the equation of a plane. This chapter will prepare you to do the following:

• Calculate dihedral angles
• Use a formula to find the distance between a point and a line
• Graph in three dimensions
• Understand two commonly used formulas for the equation of a circle
• Define ellipsis and hyperbola
• Extend the Pythagorean theorem to find the distance between two points in three-dimensional space
• Explain what cosines and ratios are

Our lessons and quizzes are accessible to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Use the quizzes and chapter tests to gauge how well you understand the material. Each lesson is accompanied by a printable transcript so you can review the material offline at any time. If you have questions as you work through the chapters, contact one of our instructors for more help.

11 Lessons in Chapter 7: Analytic Geometry
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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