Help, I lost my post in editing. HERE, haaaaaaaaa.
So the ellipse is a bit below y=k, where is it? IT IS r=k, so:
2r^2 = k^2 + √(y^4 + 4y^2), and given that y≤k, the higher exponents make terms smaller. SOOO: 2r^2 = 2y, AHAH, OR if r is set = k, then k^2 = y, and this is not just one over 3,000, but yea even closer………….. HAVE WE NEED TO GO HERE???
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