Edulastic Graphing has prebuilt forms for many advanced functions. They can be created by placing the minimum number of points.

For example, a hyperbola can be generated from two foci "A" and "B" and one point "C" as shown below.

Similarly an Ellipse, with the first two points, A and B as foci and C is on the shape itself.

Use Area and Dashed for inequalities.

Conic Sections Graphs in Edulastic:

Shape |
Points needed for the creation |

Circle | Center and one point |

Ellipse | Two foci and one point |

Parabola vertex - point form (only for up/down/left/right forms) |
Vertex and one point |

Parabola focus - directrix form | Focus and two points on the directrix |

Hyperbola | Two foci and one point |

Other shapes | Two or more points on the shape |

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