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Algebra II Chapter 10 Section 5 Hyperbola. The set of all points that have the difference of the distance to 2 focus points is a given constant.

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1 Algebra II Chapter 10 Section 5 Hyperbola

2 The set of all points that have the difference of the distance to 2 focus points is a given constant

3 Parts of a hyperbola Transverse Axis Foci Asymptotes Vertices

4 Standard Form of an Hyperbola If a & b > 0 the Transverse axis is Horizontal If a & b < 0 the Transverse axis is Vertical

5 Put into standard Form

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7 In standard form The +-value for a (square root of the denominator of x 2 ) are the vertex’s x if the Transversal Axis is horizontal, values (-a,0) and (a,0) The +-value for b (square root of the denominator of y 2 ) are the vertex’s y if the Transversal Axis is Vertical, values (0,-b) and (0,b)

8 To find the Asymptote

9 Find the Asymptotes and Vertices

10 Horizontal Transverse Axis So Vertices are at +- (a,0) a = 4 b = 5 (4,0) and (-4,0) Asymptotes are at

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12 Given a vertex at (-3, 0) and an asymptote of y = 4x Find the equation of hyperbola

13 Foci Foci are always on the transverse axis Foci are equidistant from the minor axis The distances to a focus from the origin is equal to the distance along the asymptote, with a coordinate = to the vertex’s non zero coordinate

14 Find the focus of an Hyperbola with its center on the origin If c is the distance from the center to the focus Find c using c 2 = a 2 + b 2 if your transverse axis is Horizontal your foci are at (+-c,0) if your transverse axis is Vertical your foci are at (0,+-c)

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16 a & b are + so we have a horizontal Transverse axis (y = 0) c 2 = a 2 + b 2 c 2 = c 2 = 25 c = 5 So the coordinates of the foci are at (5,0) and (-5,0) Find the foci of

17 Find the Foci

18 Find the equation given a vertex and a focus Find the other vertex using c 2 = a 2 + b 2 Substitute in the 2 values you know and solve for the 3 rd – Remember the foci will lie along the Transverse axis – c is the distance of the focus to the origin Once you have the 2 vertices, take the square roots to get a and b & substitute them in

19 Given a focus of (10,0) and a vertex at (-6,0) find the equation of the Hyperbola The transverse axis is Horizontal since the vertex and focus lie on the x axis Since the vertex is at (0,-6) a 2 = 36 Since the focus is at (0,10) c 2 = 100 Substitute a 2 and c 2 into a 2 + b 2 = c 2 and solve for b 36 + b 2 = 100b 2 = 64b= 8 Substitute a 2 & b 2 into To get

20 Given a focus of (13,0) and a vertex at (5,0) find the equation of the ellipse Given a focus of (0,4) and a vertex at (0,5) find the equation of the ellipse

21 Do Now! Page 566 Problems 2 – 18 even, find the vertex, foci and asymptotes as well as sketch a graph 23 – 26 all 30, 31, 36, 40, 42, 49-51


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