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Radius of an ellipse

I know major axis .910 and minor axis .710 how do i find the raduis of both axis

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Hello,
Sorry to say it but the question does not make sense. A circle is a figure that is perfectly defined by the knowledge of its center (or centre depending of the English you use) and its radius.

An ellipse is perfectly defined if you know its two foci (plural of focus) and the length each of its two axes (major and minor).
Is it the perimeter, the area, the parameter p of the ellipse you are lookong for.

Hope it will help you focus on your real the question.(The pun is intended)

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