RD Sharma Solutions Class 11 Ellipse

RD Sharma Solutions Class 11 Chapter 26

In general, Ellipse is a “squished circle” or a circle. In mathematics, “An Ellipse is defined as the locus of points present in a plane such that the sum of its distances from two other foci is constant”. The distance of any point on the ellipse from the foci is termed as focal distance. “Foci of an ellipse are referred as the 2 fixed points present on the interior of the ellipse that is used in the formal definition of the curve”.

Now learn how to find foci of an ellipse, equation of an ellipse, how to lay out an ellipse and how to solve problems based on ellipse through RD Sharma solutions that are provided in this section. These books are designed in accordance with CBSE. All the solutions are solved exercise wise which can be easily grasped by the students.

Chapter 26  Ellipse

Ellipse Exercise 26.1

Practise This Question

In an isosceles ΔABC, A is 30. The sides AB and AC are equal. Using constructions, find which side of ΔABC is the shortest.