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T-Maree
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Australia
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 Posted - 08/30/2012 :  20:57:27 A hyperbola that passes through the point (1, 3) has horizontal asymptote y = -1 and vertical asymptote x = 2. (a) Find its equation. Hint: The equation of a hyperbola can be written in the form y = c/x-a + b (b) Use your equation to find the x- and y-intercepts. (c) Draw the graph of your hyperbola clearly labelling its x- and y-intercepts, and asymptotes. You may draw your graph by hand or with computer software.

royhaas
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USA
3059 Posts

 Posted - 08/31/2012 :  08:07:11 Start by using the hint given and the definition of asymptotes.
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