Given a hyperbola equation, this calculates:

* Equation of the asymptotes

* Intercepts

* Foci (focus) points

* Eccentricity ε

* Latus Rectum

* semi-latus rectum

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* Equation of the asymptotes

* Intercepts

* Foci (focus) points

* Eccentricity ε

* Latus Rectum

* semi-latus rectum

This calculator has 1 input.

- standard form of a hyperbola that opens sideways is (x - h)
^{2}/ a^{2}- (y - k)^{2}/ b^{2}= 1 - standard form of a hyperbola that opens up and down, it is (y - k)
^{2}/ a^{2}- (x - h)^{2}/ b^{2}= 1

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- asymptote
- a line that continually approaches a given curve but does not meet it at any finite distance
- foci
- special points with reference to which any of a variety of curves is constructed
- hyperbola
- conic section defined as the locus of all points in the plane the difference of whose distances and from two fixed points
- intercept