What is a hyperbola?
A hyperbola is the set of all points (x, y) for which the absolute value of the differences between the distances from two distinct fixed points called foci is constant.
Conic Sections: The Hyperbola part 1 of 2
This video defines a hyperbola and explains how to graph a hyperbola given in standard form.
Conic Sections: The Hyperbola part 2 of 2
This video explains how to graph a hyperbola in general form.
Hyperbolas - Conic Sections
A complete hyperbola example. Learn how to solve and graph an hyperbola.
Graphing a transformed hyperbola combines the skills of graphing hyperbolas and graphing transformations. With hyperbola graphs, we use the formula a2
to determine the foci and y = + or - (a/b)x to determine the asymptotes. When transforming hyperbola graphs, we find the center of the graph and then graph accordingly.
Sketch Graphs - Hyperbolas
How to sketch the graph of hyperbola, by using a simple transformation and also by using partial fractions
Proof of the hyperbola foci formula
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