# Manuals/calci/ELLIPSE

**ELLIPSE**(PointA ,PointB)

where,

**PointA , PointB **- represents the 2 point of ellipse.

Related functions:-

**ELLIPSE.AREA() **-** **returns the space enclosed by an ellipse.

**ELLIPSE.PERIMETER()** -returns the sum of sides of ellipse.

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An ellipse is the path traced out by a point whose distance from a fixed point, called the focus, maintains a constant ratio less than one with its distance from a straight line not passing through the focus, called the directrix.

ELLIPSE

Lets see an example in (Column1, Row2)

=ELLIPSE(R1C2, R1C2)

The function returns the shape.

Consider an another example(Column1, Row3)

=ELLIPSE.AREA()

It returns area of ellipse(37.699112).

Consider an example in (Column1, Row4)

=ELLIPSE.PERIMETER()

It returns perimeter of ellipse(22.214415).

Column1 | Column2 | Column3 | Column4 | |

Row1 | 3 | 4 | ||

Row2 |
Ellipse:File:Ellipse.png |
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Row3 | 37.699112 | |||

Row4 | 22.214415 | |||

Row5 | ||||

Row6 |

TABLE3 | File:Calci1.gif | $ |