# Ch 2: Analytical Geometry in Precalculus

Watch the lesson videos in this chapter to review the topics of analytical geometry, including linear equations, standard parabolas, hyperbolas, and the standard equations for circles and ellipses.

## Analytical Geometry in Precalculus - Chapter Summary

This chapter can help you refresh your knowledge of analytical geometry. Watch as our professional instructors explain linear equations on the x-y axis and standard equations for circles and ellipses. Then discover how to graph these geometric forms as the instructors walk you through example problems. If at any time you become confused on any of these topics, ask our instructors for clarification so that you can master the material on:

• The equation for straight lines on the x-y axis
• Characteristics of standard parabolas
• Area and circumference of a circle
• Formula for a circle
• Finding a circle's center and radius on a graph
• How to use the standard equation for ellipses
• The characteristics of hyperbolas

Watch these brief videos then take quizzes that will help you reinforce the material discussed and point out areas you may still want to review. Print out the worksheets to review these concepts on your own. When reviewing areas of weakness, use video tags found on the timeline of each video to go to key parts of the lesson videos. Transcripts are available that present the same information covered in the videos but in an alternative written format.

6 Lessons in Chapter 2: Analytical Geometry in Precalculus
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