The Area of an Ellipse (and Circle) (DTube)

in dtube •  21 days ago  (edited)

In this video I go over further into trigonometric substitution and this time do example 2 of the example series which so happens to be determining the area of an ellipse using integration. In the video I prove that the area of an ellipses is π·a·b where a and b are axes on the ellipses. Also since a circle is a type of an ellipse, with a = b = r then the area of a circle is also found to and is equal to the famous equation π·r^2.

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I don't always prove the area of an ellipse but when I do I usually prove the area of a circle as well ;)

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