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:Returns a conic section through the five given points.
 
:Returns a conic section through the five given points.
 
: {{Note| If four of the points lie on one line the conic section is not defined.}}
 
: {{Note| If four of the points lie on one line the conic section is not defined.}}
;Conic[ <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number> ]
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;Conic[ <Number a>, <Number b>, <Number c>, <Number d>, <Number e>, <Number f> ]
:Returns a conic section <math>a\cdot x^2+b\cdot y^2+c+d\cdot x\cdot y+e\cdot x+f\cdot y=0</math>, where <div>Conic[ <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number>, <Number> ] = Conic[ a, b, c, d, e, f ].</div>
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:Returns a conic section <math>a\cdot x^2+b\cdot y^2+c+d\cdot x\cdot y+e\cdot x+f\cdot y=0</math>.
  
 
{{Note| See also [[Conic through Five Points Tool|Conic through Five Points]] tool and [[Coefficients Command]].}}
 
{{Note| See also [[Conic through Five Points Tool|Conic through Five Points]] tool and [[Coefficients Command]].}}

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Conic[ <Point>, <Point>, <Point>, <Point>, <Point> ]
Returns a conic section through the five given points.
Note: If four of the points lie on one line the conic section is not defined.
Conic[ <Number a>, <Number b>, <Number c>, <Number d>, <Number e>, <Number f> ]
Returns a conic section a\cdot x^2+b\cdot y^2+c+d\cdot x\cdot y+e\cdot x+f\cdot y=0.
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