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Find the area of the ellipse, use the canonical formula of the ellipse

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1. Identify the semi-major axis \( a \) and the semi-minor axis \( b \).

2. Use the formula for the area of an ellipse:\( A = \pi \cdot a \cdot b \)

3. Plug the values of\( a \) and \( b \) into the formula.

4. Simplify to find the area.

Answer:( A = \pi \cdot a \cdot b \)

2. Use the formula for the area of an ellipse:

3. Plug the values of

4. Simplify to find the area.

Answer:

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