Payal Priya
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Circumference of an ellipse
Circumference of an ellipse=((pi*Major axis*Minor axis+(Major axis-Minor axis)^2))/(Major axis/2+Minor axis/2) GO
Focal parameter of an ellipse
Focal parameter of an ellipse=Minor axis^2/Major axis GO
Eccentricity of an ellipse (a>b)
Eccentricity=sqrt(1-((Minor axis)^2/(Major axis)^2)) GO
Eccentricity of an ellipse (b>a)
Eccentricity=sqrt(1-((Minor axis)^2/(Major axis)^2)) GO
Exradius of an ellipse
Radius of the Circumscribed circle=Major axis/2 GO
Flattening of an ellipse
Flattening=(Major axis-Minor axis)/Minor axis GO
Latus Rectum of an ellipse (a>b)
Latus Rectum=2*(Minor axis)^2/(Major axis) GO
Directrix of an ellipse(a>b)
Directrix=Major axis/Eccentricity GO
Directrix of an ellipse(b>a)
Directrix=Major axis/Eccentricity GO
Area of an ellipse
Area=(pi*Major axis*Minor axis)/4 GO
Inradius of an ellipse
Inradius=Minor axis/2 GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Latus rectum of an ellipse when focal parameter is given
Latus Rectum=Focal parameter of an ellipse*Eccentricity GO
Latus Rectum of an ellipse (a>b)
Latus Rectum=2*(Minor axis)^2/(Major axis) GO
Latus Rectum of an ellipse (b>a)
Latus Rectum=2*(Minor axis)^2/Major axis GO
Length of latus rectum of parabola
Latus Rectum=4*Focus GO

Latus Rectum of hyperbola Formula

Latus Rectum=(2*(Minor axis)^2)/(Major axis)
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Length of minor axis of an ellipse (a>b) GO
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Semi-latus rectum of an ellipse when eccentricity is given GO
Eccentricity of hyperbola GO
Linear eccentricity of the hyperbola GO
Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola GO
Focal parameter of the hyperbola GO
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What is latus rectum of hyperbola and how it is calculated?

The chord of the hyperbola through its one focus and perpendicular to the transverse axis (or parallel to the directrix) is called the latus rectum of the hyperbola. It is calculated by the formula l= 2b2 / a where l is the latus rectum of the hyperbola, b is the minor axis of the hyperbola and a is the major axis of the hyperbola.

How to Calculate Latus Rectum of hyperbola?

Latus Rectum of hyperbola calculator uses Latus Rectum=(2*(Minor axis)^2)/(Major axis) to calculate the Latus Rectum, Latus Rectum of hyperbola is the chord of the hyperbola through its one focus and perpendicular to the transverse axis (or parallel to the directrix). Latus Rectum and is denoted by L symbol.

How to calculate Latus Rectum of hyperbola using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Latus Rectum of hyperbola, enter Major axis (a) and Minor axis (b) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Latus Rectum of hyperbola calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.05 = (2*(0.05)^2)/(0.1).

FAQ

What is Latus Rectum of hyperbola?
Latus Rectum of hyperbola is the chord of the hyperbola through its one focus and perpendicular to the transverse axis (or parallel to the directrix) and is represented as L=(2*(b)^2)/(a) or Latus Rectum=(2*(Minor axis)^2)/(Major axis). Major axis is the line segment that crosses both the focal points of the ellipse and Minor axis is the line segment that is perpendicular to the major axis and intersects at the center of the ellipse.
How to calculate Latus Rectum of hyperbola?
Latus Rectum of hyperbola is the chord of the hyperbola through its one focus and perpendicular to the transverse axis (or parallel to the directrix) is calculated using Latus Rectum=(2*(Minor axis)^2)/(Major axis). To calculate Latus Rectum of hyperbola, you need Major axis (a) and Minor axis (b). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Major axis and Minor axis and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Latus Rectum?
In this formula, Latus Rectum uses Major axis and Minor axis. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Latus Rectum=2*(Minor axis)^2/(Major axis)
  • Latus Rectum=2*(Minor axis)^2/Major axis
  • Latus Rectum=Focal parameter of an ellipse*Eccentricity
  • Latus Rectum=4*Focus
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