Let **a=b** , for values 1,2, and
3:

Obviously, in this case we simply get circles having radius a (or b).

Let **a<b**, for values 1,2,3,
and 4:

In this case, we see that we get elliptical graphs with a vertical major axis, which makes sense. If when a=b we get circles, we should expect to get ellipses with a vertical major axis when a<b. Just to look ahead, I expect to get ellipses with a horizontal major axis when a>b. Let's see:

It turned out just as I expected. Let's move on.

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