MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# HELP Which equations represent hyperbolas?

Accepted Solution

A:

An elliptical equation is in the form

Ax^2+Bx+Cy^2+Dy+E=0

the equation is a Hyperbola. When x and y are both squared, and exactly one of the coefficients is negative and exactly one of the coefficients is positive.

1-49x^2-98x-64y^2+256y-2831=0

2-4x^2+32x-25y^2-250y+589=0

3-81x^2+512x-64y^2-324y-3836=0

Ax^2+Bx+Cy^2+Dy+E=0

the equation is a Hyperbola. When x and y are both squared, and exactly one of the coefficients is negative and exactly one of the coefficients is positive.

1-49x^2-98x-64y^2+256y-2831=0

2-4x^2+32x-25y^2-250y+589=0

3-81x^2+512x-64y^2-324y-3836=0