# Ch 27: NYSTCE Mathematics: Conic Sections

Use this chapter to brush up on your knowledge of conic sections as you study for the NYSTCE Mathematics assessment. Watch fun video lessons to revisit the subject, then take self-assessment quizzes to reinforce lesson concepts.

## NYSTCE Mathematics: Conic Sections - Chapter Summary

If you haven't explored the parabola, ellipses and hyperbolas in weeks, months or years, this is your chance to get reacquainted with these concepts, which will be examined on the NYSTCE Math assessment. Take time to explore short lessons in this chapter that ensure you're ready for the following on exam day:

• Understanding the focus and directrix of a parabola
• Explaining how to find the equation of a parabola from the focus and directrix
• Describing foci, and sharing the definitions of ellipses and hyberbolas
• Deriving the equation of an ellipse and hyperbola from the foci
• Demonstrating your ability to solve conic sections problems

The lessons in this chapter are available in both video and written formats. Expert instructors provide you with comprehensive overviews of various conic sections concepts to ensure you're able to tackle this subject on the assessment. Watch the lessons in any sequence that works best for your studies, and revisit them as often as you'd prefer. At any point during your preparations, take self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam to test your comprehension of the lessons, and gauge your readiness to take the assessment.

6 Lessons in Chapter 27: NYSTCE Mathematics: Conic Sections
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