*h,k*) has a standard equation

if the hyperbola is opening sidewards, else, if it's opeing upwards or downwards, the standard equation will be

Let's take a look at equation type (1):

This hyperbola in blue has

a) vertices at B1 and B2 at ,

b) foci at F1 and F2 at where ,

c) asymptotes in red dotted lines .

Now, let's look at equation type (2):

This hyperbola in blue has

a) vertices at B1 and B2 at ,

b) foci at F1 and F2 at where ,

c) asymptotes in red dotted lines .

Betty, Created with GeoGebra

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