Hello!

I have like 3 problems:

a. Produce a conic system of inequalities representing the "doughnut-shape" created by an ellipse inside a circle.

b. Produce a conic system that has exactly two points of intersection and consists of a circle and ellipse with the same area.

c. True or False? Every system of two conic equations whose xy-term is nonexistent has at most 4points of intersection.

I can start with a circle... I don't know how to start the equation for ellipse and what does it look like iside the circle?

I have like 3 problems:

a. Produce a conic system of inequalities representing the "doughnut-shape" created by an ellipse inside a circle.

b. Produce a conic system that has exactly two points of intersection and consists of a circle and ellipse with the same area.

c. True or False? Every system of two conic equations whose xy-term is nonexistent has at most 4points of intersection.

I can start with a circle... I don't know how to start the equation for ellipse and what does it look like iside the circle?

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