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false.

You could say that a Circle is a specific type of an ellipse.
This would be the case when the two foci are at the same point.
Not ALL, but just ONE type of ellipse is also a circle.

False, but all circles are ellipses. Ones that just happen to have both focii in the same place.

A circle is an ellipse with an eccentricity of zero.
All circles are ellipses, but not all ellipses are circles.
So the answer is false … although all ellipses are circular.

False

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Ellipses are circular, and I believe a perfect circle is also consider an Ellipse.

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True. All circles are ellipses. They are merely special cases of ellipses. However, not all ellipses are circles.

false. an ellipse makes more of an oval shape, rather than a perfect circle.

False.

False – an ellipse is roughly egg shaped but symmetrical.