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This video outlines the basics of an ellipse, including its key elements and how to sketch one. It also explains how to calculate the distance between the two vertices of the ellipse and how to draw the ellipse by removing points from the original ellipse.

**00:00:00**In this video, we learn about the elipse and its key elements. We use tools such as herrings to better understand the concept. The elipse is the geometric location of points whose sum of distances to two fixed points is constant. We refer to the two points that we drew as focal points. We call the point at which we drew the line between the two focal points focus 1, and the point at which we drew the line between focus 1 and focus 2 focus 2. We then use these focal points to draw an elipse using these elements. All of the points that make up the elipse satisfy the condition that the distance between these points and the distance from one focus to the other is equal. We also define a straight line that passes through the focal points. This line is called the focal axis. The elipse is divided into 2000 equal parts by the focal axis. We then use this line to divide the elipse in two equal parts, and we call the part to the left of the focal axis the left side, and the part to the right of the focal axis the right side.**00:05:00**The video discusses the ellipse, outlining the basic concepts and demonstrating how to sketch an ellipse. It also explains how to distinguish between the two vertices of the ellipse and how to calculate the distance between them. Finally, it shows how to draw the ellipse by removing points from the original ellipse until the distance between them remains constant.**00:10:00**The "Elipse Trazado" theorem is a formula that students must learn, and here it is shown in a video. The theorem states that the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the cathetes. If applied, this theorem would say that the square of the hypotenuse, or the square of "a" is equal to the sum of the squares of the cathetes, or "b" squared plus "c" squared. Some of the key characteristics of an elipse are discussed in the video, and later exercises will focus on elipses. However, the idea is that students understand that an elipse is a shape, and which parts make up this shape. No practice problems are given in this video, as those will be covered in later videos. I invite you to subscribe to my channel and leave a comment; sharing this video and leaving feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you for watching.

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