**Assignment 10 Problem 3 for Kanita
DuCloux**

For various **a** and **b**,
I will investigate
for t between 0 and 6.28

For **a=b**, the graph is a circle
centered at the origin, symmetric about the x- and y-axes with
radius equal to **a**.

For **a>b**, the graph is an ellipse
with the x-axis as the major axis and the y-axis as the minor
axis. The graph is symmetric about the x- and the y-axes. The
x-intercept is (a,0) and the y-intercept is (0,b).

For a<b, the graph is also an ellipse
but now the y-axis is the major axis and the x-axis is the minor
axis. It is still symmetric about the x- and y-axes. The x-intercept
is (a,0) and the y-intercept is (0,b).

Summary:
1. For a = b, the graph is a circle,
centered at (0,0). It is symmetric about the x- and y-axis.
2. For a>b or a<b, the graph
is an ellipse centered at the origin. The x-intercept is (a,0)
and the y-intercept is (0,b). It is symmetric about the x- and
y-axis.

return