# Pure geometry topics application for JEE

**Geometry**Level 4

\[\frac{x^2}{\sin(\sqrt{2})-\sin(\sqrt{3})}+\frac{y^2}{\cos(\sqrt{2})-\cos(\sqrt{3})}=1\]

The curve represented by the equation above is?

\[\frac{x^2}{\sin(\sqrt{2})-\sin(\sqrt{3})}+\frac{y^2}{\cos(\sqrt{2})-\cos(\sqrt{3})}=1\]

The curve represented by the equation above is?

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