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Length of radius vector from center in given direction whose angle is theta in ellipse
Length=sqrt((Semi-major axis^2)*(Semi-minor axis^2)/(Semi-minor axis^2+(Semi-major axis^2-Semi-minor axis^2)*(sin(Angle))^2)) GO
Focal parameter of the hyperbola
Focal parameter of an ellipse=(Semi-minor axis)^2/sqrt((Semi-major axis)^2+(Semi-minor axis)^2) GO
Linear eccentricity of the hyperbola
Linear Eccentricity=sqrt((Semi-major axis)^2+(Semi-minor axis)^2) GO
Semi-major axis of an ellipse
Semi-major axis=sqrt((Semi-minor axis)^2+(Linear Eccentricity)^2) GO
Semi-minor axis of an ellipse
Semi-minor axis=sqrt((Semi-major axis)^2-(Linear Eccentricity)^2) GO
Eccentricity of hyperbola
Eccentricity=sqrt(1+((Semi-minor axis)^2/(Semi-major axis)^2)) GO
Semi-latus rectum of an ellipse when eccentricity is given
Semi-latus rectum=Semi-major axis*(1-(Eccentricity)^2) GO
Linear eccentricity of an ellipse when eccentricity and semimajor axis are given
Linear Eccentricity=(Eccentricity*Semi-major axis) GO

## < 2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Semi-latus rectum of an ellipse when eccentricity is given
Semi-latus rectum=Semi-major axis*(1-(Eccentricity)^2) GO
Semi-latus rectum of an ellipse
Semi-latus rectum=(Minor axis)^2/Major axis GO

### Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola Formula

Semi-latus rectum=(Semi-minor axis)^2/Semi-major axis
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## What is semi-latus rectum of the hyperbola and how it is calculated?

The Semi-latus rectum is the chord parallel to the directrix and passing through a focus; its half-length is the semi-latus rectum (ℓ). It is calculated by the formula l = b2 / a where l is the semi-latus rectum of the hyperbola, b is the semi-minor axis of the hyperbola and a is the semi-major axis of the hyperbola.

## How to Calculate Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola?

Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola calculator uses Semi-latus rectum=(Semi-minor axis)^2/Semi-major axis to calculate the Semi-latus rectum, Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola is the chord parallel to the directrix and passing through a focus; its half-length is the semi-latus rectum (ℓ). Semi-latus rectum and is denoted by l symbol.

How to calculate Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola, enter Semi-major axis (a) and Semi-minor axis (b) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10 = (0.1)^2/0.1.

### FAQ

What is Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola?
Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola is the chord parallel to the directrix and passing through a focus; its half-length is the semi-latus rectum (ℓ) and is represented as l=(b)^2/a or Semi-latus rectum=(Semi-minor axis)^2/Semi-major axis. Semi-major axis is one half of the major axis, and thus runs from the centre, through a focus, and to the perimeter and Semi-minor axis of an ellipse or hyperbola is a line segment that is at right angles with the semi-major axis and has one end at the center of the conic section.
How to calculate Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola?
Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola is the chord parallel to the directrix and passing through a focus; its half-length is the semi-latus rectum (ℓ) is calculated using Semi-latus rectum=(Semi-minor axis)^2/Semi-major axis. To calculate Semi-latus rectum of hyperbola, you need Semi-major axis (a) and Semi-minor axis (b). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Semi-major axis and Semi-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 Semi-latus rectum?
In this formula, Semi-latus rectum uses Semi-major axis and Semi-minor axis. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Semi-latus rectum=(Minor axis)^2/Major axis
• Semi-latus rectum=Semi-major axis*(1-(Eccentricity)^2)
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