Description: Conic sections are curves formed by intersecting a cone with a plane. A parabola is one type, shaped like a U or an upside-down U.

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Description: An ellipse is a closed curve resembling a stretched circle, defined as the set of all points where the sum of distances from two fixed points is constant.

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Description: A hyperbola is a type of curve where the difference of distances from two fixed points is constant, forming two separate branches.

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