The general form of the equation of a hyperbola is (x^2)-(y^2)-14x-8y+29=0. Write the equation of this hyperbola in standard form and give the coordinates of the center, the coordinates of the...
Hyperbola with a center
A hyperbola is centered at C=(3,7). The vertices are (9,7) and (-3,7). The slopes of the asymptotes are m=+-5/6.
Consider x(squared)-64y(squared)-81=0 What are the vertices, foci, and asymptotes of the hyperbol. I know the vertices are 9 but I am stuck can someone help
I have to graph the hyperbola
focus (-5,0) vertex (2,0) what is the equation?
conic sections - parabolas, ellipses and hyperbolas. Look around in your day (home, work, etc) and see if you observe any of the conic sections. In each explanation, indiciate what...
x^2/36 - y^2/64 Do i have to squre 36 and 64 to get the vertex and foci?
I am doing hyperbolas, circles and ellipses and am not sure how to do the following, we didn't cover it in the class like this but it was just on my exam: x2/7+ y2=1 Do...
show all the chords of the curve 3x^2 -y^2+4x+4y=0 which subtend a right angle at origin pass through a fixed point. find coordinate of that point
Long distance radio navigation for aircraft and ships uses synchronized pulses transmitted by widely separated transmitting stations. These pulses travel at the speed of light (186,000 miles...
How do i find the equation of a hyperbola with height 50 units and x-ints +/- 182.5? It's an application of a curved dome-like 'building' that is 50 units high and 365 units wide.
is there graph have same discription?
I need help finding the asymptotes of the hyperbola
Write in standard form
please show work so i can understand how you solved it. thanks!
I've got two LORAN stations A and B that are 500 miles apart. A and B are also the Foci of a hyperbola. A ship at point P (which lies on the hyperbola branch with A as the focus) receives a nav signal...
Using all four (4) conic sections: Cirlcle, Ellipse, Hyperbola, and Parabola.
Rutherford’s Experiment: In May 1911, Ernest Rutherford published a paper in Philosophical Magazine. In this article, he described the motion of alpha particles as they are shot at a piece of gold...